Week 10 Vision: Selective Color
I know, I know. Yuck. Selective color can be cringeworthy, however, when done right, it brings compelling focus to the subject.
When I knew we were going to visit the Orchideeënhoeve again this leaf came in my mind from last time.
And lucky for me there was another big leaf to take a photo from to use for this week.
I like the way the sun is shining through it.
week 7 Story: Forgotten
Abandoned was a very popular week in the original challenge. For the advanced challenge tell the story of something forgotten.
Catching up on last years challenge, finally my forgotten week.
I forgot how it was to stand on ice?
No I had the change again.
WEEK 7 Composition: Fill the Frame
Fill the frame with your subject, no background. You will need to get up close and personal, or use a good zoom lens
I know I know, there is a little bit of black in the background, but cropping more, would have thrown away the effect and I liked this photo the best for this week.
WEEK 6 Vision: Alternating Rhythm
Alternate patterns of light to bring depth and rhythm to the photograph
Black light gives a total different effect.
This is the same with normal lights on it:
WEEK 5 Wildcard: Photographer’s Choice
Capture an image on your terms; who, what, where, when, why, how … it’s all up to you. Caveat: You must tell us your intent
The night before we had a super blue moon, but when I had time to take a photo of it, it just looked like a normal moon.
So the night after I went out and took more moon photos. This is the one which I like the most.
You can find another one on my instagram page.
WEEK 3 Technical: Full Manual
While the camera often determines shutter speed and aperture for the photographer, it doesn’t know your creative intent. This week, challenge your self to assume creative control over the camera by using full manual mode. Select a subject where varying the aperture and / or shutter speed helps enhance the composition and visual qualities of the image
I was hoping for a different kind of weather, but I had to do it with the weather we had today.
So this is the result.
WEEK 20 Technical: Sky Overlay
Sometimes the sky just doesn’t cooperate. This week replace the sky in your image. If you need a sky to use in the replacement
Catching up with the 2017 photochallenge.
I had been thinking of sky replacement and what I wanted to do with it. But today when I walked along the river with the high water and all the reflections I took several photos which I could switch the sky and the water on. I liked this one the best.
WEEK 1 Vision: Look Ahead
New year. New beginnings. New you. Look ahead. Interpret as you wish.
Actually I still need to make photos of some of the weeks from the 2017 photochallenge.
So when I read there would be a new one for 2018 I was like, okay, maybe time to stop doing those challenges.
But than I took a look and I liked the ideas for the weeks in this challenge, so here we go again.
A new year, a new photo challenge.
And hopefully making those missing photos of the 2017 challenge some day too.
For week 1 I choose a fireworks photo.
Fireworks are for me the start of a new year. Starting it with friends, with who I spent the evening and the night.
The start of many more great moments together which we share and other great moments I have with other important people in my life.
WEEK 50 Technical: Full Edit
Use the SOOC shot from the beginning of the challenge and re-edit it to it’s full glory. If that shot isn’t available feel free to re-edit any of your past work
I do edit my photos, but I keep it simple.
With this photo I tried different things even black and white, but this version I liked the best.
WEEK 45 Artistic: Cold
Your inspiration this week is cold. Interpret this how you want.
This wasn’t what I planned to take when I left my home. I was planning to take a blue hour photo.
But when I reached the tree, it had started snowing more and the blue was gone and the sky was grey.
So I took my cold photo instead.