Wow! My photo for explored on flickr! How cool is that?
WEEK 16 Story: leading Lines
Leading Lines are a very important compositional element that every photographer needs to master. Use leading lines to tell a story. No train tracks.
I know I know, there are train tracks in this photo.
But these are train tracks on a different level, to be exact the third level, since there are three levels with trains in Antwerp Central Station.
This was an amazing week, I saw leading lines everywhere. I liked that a lot.
Week 4 Story: Mirror
Tell a story using a mirror
Finally made a mirror photo I was happy with.
WEEK 15 Artistic: Hard
Your artistic inspiration this week is hard. Hard is both an adjective and an adverb. Interpret this how you wish.
It was hard to choose what to use for this week.
I decided to use this floating boulder photo in the end. I also made close ups of it, but I like it more with the water in front of it.
What do you think?
Your inspiration this week is orange. Either the color orange or an actual orange. Or both.
Last week at the Caro Emerald concert the lights were so nice to turn into orange too.
Giving me the change to take this photo.
I really like it.
It was a fantastic concert too, as usual with Caro.
Your inspiration this week is Still Life. A couple of pieces of fruit on a table won’t impress in the advanced challenge though… so really be creative.
I know I actually should take a still life photo inside.
But these flowers in Haarlem were asking to have their photo taken. Especially this white one with the sun shining through it.
Technical: Ten Shots
Shoot 10 shots of the same subject. Each shot should be from a different angle, distance, and focal length. Share your favorite image from the set.
Making a photo of a snowdrop is never easy I think.
So I used my ten shots for this. This is the best from the series of ten.
I like how it turned out with the snowdrop, the snow and the snow crystals on the leaves.
A throwback to one of the favorite weeks of the original challenge. Your artistic inspiration this week is candy. Since this is the advanced challenge… you can’t actually use candy in the scene.
Healthy candy, an apple.
I have been thinking and thinking about this week challenges, what to make of candy without candy in the scene.
So I dressed up this apple as a candy with a foil around it.
Your inspiration this week is land. This could be a landscape, or an image inspired by the land in some way.
Dale’s Hint: Keep in mind that Artistic Inspiration is a wide open category. As long as the image is inspired by land it qualifies!
Yesterday I had a lovely walk through the winter wonderland in my village.
This wire around the land of the farmer got me inspirited for this weeks challenge.
Of course I made some more winter photos. Two more you can see on my flickr account.
Straight out of the Camera. No Photoshop. Shoot a compelling image and post it without edits. No cheating! (Be sure and save the image file for the end of the challenge!)
There was snow today so I couldn’t resist taken some photos.
This is what I sent in for the challenge for week 2.
It is also works for me for the daily post challenge with as theme this week ambience
I just like walking around in a white world, especially with the sun shining from behind the clouds.
The rule of thirds is the first compositional rule most photographers learn; but most don’t know why they learn it. The rule of thirds is amazing for telling a story. Tell a story using rule of thirds.
A new year a new photo challenge. This is the advanced challenge made by Dogwood. I did his challenge last year and like it a lot, So I wanted to do the new for 2017 too.
I love you to the moon and back is one of my fave stories. But there are so many stories with the moon starring in it. You can even make a story of your own about it….
If you want to join look on the Dogwood photography challenge for 2017 page
It is now on Flickr, so I opened a Flickr account and I am discovering it in the last days. Will put a link to my flickr account in the links section of this blog.