We had tons of rain this week, and not many days with sunlight to take a good High Key photo – In spite of the gloomy days, I think this came out ok using white boards to bounce light….. A challenge was the distracting shadows and glare that I was not able to diminish so I need more practice when the sun comes back! Colleen
Bright green mint from my garden.- Maria
More info on High Key Photography- https://digital-photography-school.com/4-tips-perfect-white-background-high-key-photography/
*Next Weeks theme is Night Owl ( Nighttime Photo)
these two waiting for their mom. – Maria
Nana’s little helper! – Colleen
Next weeks theme is High Key Photo
historic downtown Savannah.
i love the way they lights shine in this one.
and, might i add, what a good lookin’ group of ladies across the way 😆 – Maria
Colleen- A gorgeous display of tulips at the Arboretum this week. I created the bokeh effect focusing in the tulips in front and then gradually blurring images of more tulips and other garden visitors.
Continue reading “Week 13 Bokeh”
The abandoned Macy’s Downtown. I was able to sneak a pic through a hole in the temporary drywall… – Maria
There couldn’t have been a better theme for this week! We bought our first home over the weekend and moved out of our rental – while it’s been a great home to us, we abandoned it! – Sarah
Abandoned Doll House- I’m refurbishing a 1960’s doll house from the thrift store and cleared out all of the furniture to sand and paint the walls covered in layers of vintage wallpaper – This picture was taken in the basement with low light and shadows, so the back walls are grainy but the focus on the miniature two inch doll dresser came out pretty sharp. ( the fire was edited in) – Colleen
Next weeks theme word is Bokeh
Wikipedia- In photography, bokeh (originally /ˈboʊkɛ/, /ˈboʊkeɪ/ BOH-kay — also sometimes pronounced as /ˈboʊkə/ BOH-kə, Japanese: [boke]) is the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image produced by a lens. Bokeh has been defined as “the way the lens renders out-of-focus points of light”.