Can you find something in your photographic archives to share in a post? Every second Friday, I host the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge with a different theme to challenge you. Do you spot something around you that fits the weekly theme? Our imagination is your only limitation. Weekly Friendly Friday Theme The Friendly Friday Community… Continue reading Friendly Friday Photography Challenge
Street Murals - Provocative, Clever, Creative but always interesting. And another favourite mural here in Melbourne. Street art makes the boring neighbourhood scene fun even if a little creepy. Murals at a fish and chip shop and railway subway I found Sami's blog and her Monday Mural linky party via Suvi today - funny how… Continue reading Monday Murals
Has Spring arrived in your neighbourhood. Come and join Friendly Friday and show us your Springtime feelings in our regular Friendly Friday Photo Challenge.
Have you ever experienced a 'Sliding Door' moment? Those moments where you recalled making a choice that led to significant changes for you?
Earlier this week, I wrote about the Contrasts that I found on a recent trip to Japan. This week on Friendly Friday Photography Challenge, I am asking you to create a post on "contrasts." A Contrast of colour Contrasts might not simply be a contrasting subject as in the photo of Nidaros Cathedral above. You… Continue reading Friendly Friday – Contrasts
Where do think this structure is located? Every second Monday, I post a new photo of a ‘mystery’ location, and sometimes a mystery object. I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location, or what the mystery object might be. If you guess correctly, I will link back to your… Continue reading Monday Mystery Photo – Last time Canary Islands
There are many paths to take in life. Here are a few that I found delightful.
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Forces of Nature."
In Australia, a country aged by the wind, sun and sea, we see many examples of nature's work.
I am drawn to the sea, as most of us who cling to the more hospitable coastal regions of Australia for hearth and home.
without it, one can feel small and insignificant against the enormity of the world
Daily Post - Almost monochromatic, silhouettes, showing texture, colour or telling a story
My interpretations of "Dreamy": and some other dreamy photos from my files: Join in here More entries worth pondering about: http://marantophotography.wordpress.com/ http://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/ http://lynneayersbeyondthebrush.wordpress.com/ http://nowathome.wordpress.com/ http://ledrakenoir.wordpress.com/ http://artkorppi.com/ http://chrisbreebaart.wordpress.com/ http://winedrinkingmummy.wordpress.com/ http://woollymuses.wordpress.com/ http://travel-stained.com/ http://marantophotography.wordpress.com/ http://barbarapyett.wordpress.com/
HDR - filter. Do you use it?
Employing it with some photos in my library did not work. Subjects looked over bleached, or suddenly developed a halo, however it did successfully bring out the features that were normally darkened. The image I have chosen, came alive with the HDR effect in Picasa, even if it wasn't an entirely natural effect. I felt like the snow was suddenly within my reach.
The Daily Post challenge encourages us to photograph one tangible object, being conscious of Aperture, composition, focus and depth of field. Furthermore, the post tells us some photographs, like portraits, focus on individuals, while still-life moments capture the beauty (and often treasured stories) of belongings and found objects. I had already been experimenting with aperture… Continue reading Daily Post Photography Challenge – Object