CC3C where we were to follow the example on page 33 of Tim's book. Challenge #10 is sponsored by the Funkie Junkie Boutique. As I was photographing my project, I quickly realized that not only is it really hard to photograph something 3D with a glass front (Ack!), but in order for me to show you the depth in my project, I needed to show it in parts. So the initial photo is of the entire piece featuring a photo from my friend Trishia of French Kissed Postcards that I've loved for a long time and wanted to use. I've felt like the two girls are looking straight at you, ready to take on their future, while Mom looks off to the side into the distance as if she realizes this moment won't last. I'm sure mothers want to hold on to their children as long as possible. Anyways, back to my photos......
The second one shows the front of the clock with the back removed:
...and here is the back piece pulled out. What I did was to layer a transparency of the photo of all three over a subtle script background, and then using a second printed image, I cut out Mom and elevated her away from the background using corrugated cardboard and foam tape.
In this final photo I show the back piece slightly turned so you can see the depth I've tried to create.