If you haven’t figured it out already, the weekly themes are presently on hold. The lack of participation has rendered them useless for now. I think we are all a bit too busy with work or school to really focus on the themes right now. As soon as interest picks up I’ll be glad to … Continue reading
A high key photograph is one where the overwhelming majority of the tones in the image are above middle gray (including any shadows) yet still maintains detail even in the brightest areas of the subject. Remember, “high key” does not mean “washed out” or “blown highlights”. This description may confuse you so please see me … Continue reading
Got a new fast fifty from my brother at Thanksgiving. Thought I would break it in with some xmas lights bokeh. My current photo theme is implied lines, and I think the light bubbles imply lines pretty well.
I thought it would be cool to do a summary of the images that have been submitted for our weekly themes this year. Below you will find the student pictures and if you click on the images it will take you to their original post. We only had one submission for Zen Photography and Contrast, … Continue reading
The human eye is really good at seeing lines, whether they really exist or not. This week take photographs that uses implied lines as a compositional element. An example of this would be the “line” made by a row of trees.