Week 31 (Photographer’s Choice) – Petal Drops

“Petal Drops” As the petals reach for the light, the raindrops settle on them.  The overcast skies, suppressing their true beauty, the reflections.  They wait for a sunburst so they can shine, glisten. This macro shot was made with a Nifty Fifty lens, and a wide aperture.  The drops were the subject against the soft petals. Continue reading Week 31 (Photographer’s Choice) – Petal Drops

Week 19 (Edge Cut Sun) – Sunburst

“Sunburst” Photographing the sun during sunrise or sunset is relatively straightforward, however, when you photograph the sun during the day, it can be tricky.  During the blue hour or golden hour, the light is at its best for photographing the sun and landscape so when its broad daylight out, you want to add interest to your subject.  This week we were to use an edge … Continue reading Week 19 (Edge Cut Sun) – Sunburst

Week 11 (Negative Space) – What’s Above

“What’s Above” Our challenge, this week, was to create an image that showed negative space.  To do this, it’s basically your subject against a blank background, to draw the viewer to your subject.  My subject, in the photo, is larger than what most would consider a subject in negative space, however, the way the sun’s rays go from negative space to a linear composition, gives … Continue reading Week 11 (Negative Space) – What’s Above