Category: Photography 101

  • Photo 101, Day six: Connect and tags

    Day Six: Connect & Tags A Spider’s web connected to each other by silken threads. This is how I see connect. Sometimes the connections are perfect Sometimes connections are broken. How do you see connect?

  • Off-Season: The daily post:Photo Challenge. Photo 101: weekend- composition.

    https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/off-season/ OFF-SEASON The Virginia creeper is turning red. This shows summer is gone and autumn is on the way – OFF-SEASON! PHOTO 101  Weekend One: Experiment with Composition Photo 1: I did a vertical shot composition. Photo 2: Horizontal shot of nearly the same spot.

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  • Photo101: Day Three: Water & Orientation

    Telling a story through water. Horizontal photo Tattered rope and water background. Vertical photo Accentuates the tatter in the rope more. What do you think? Which one tells a better story?

  • Photo 101 : Day two : Street

    Day two: Street and Establishing shots. I changed the photo to look like the 1960’s Day Two: Street & Establishing Shots

  • Photography 101: Day one: My home – orientation

    Photo 101 starts with My Home Home is elusive. When we think about this word, we might picture different physical locations. And while home is often found on a map, it can also be less tangible: a loved one, a state of mind. My home on a map(real place)

  • Photography 101: Triumph + Weekend Four

    Today, let’s bump up the contrast for a bold take on triumph. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/photography-101-triumph/ TRIUMPH I did every day a photo as asked! I am very proud of myself for doing it. Here are some photos I have taken on my last outing. I feel I have captured them very well. I love the water reflecting […]

  • Photography 101: Double

    Today, you and your camera are seeing double. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/photography-101-double/ DOUBLE

  • Photography 101: Edge

    Today is all about straight edges, and tweaking your image to ensure your lines are perfectly positioned. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/photography-101-edge/ EDGE I straightened the railing. It still wasn’t straight as I wanted it. I straightened the photo again and feel it is better! What do you think? Luckily I still had the original still in my camera!

  • Photography 101: Glass

    Incorporate a form of glass into your image to add a layer of complexity. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/photography-101-glass/ GLASS  Strange how things happen sometimes. Yesterday I did glass in Black and White. Here are the same photos in color!

  • Photography 101: Treasure

    Show us something (or someone) you cherish, and get up close. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/photography-101-treasure/ TREASURE At the end 1973 one of my standard 1(year 3) gave me this powder case as farewell present. A compact (also powder box and powder case) is a cosmetic product. It is usually a small round metal case and contains two or […]

  • Photography 101: Landscape

    Landscapes generally focus on wide, vast depictions of nature and all of its elements, from formations to weather. In this genre of photography, you won’t find much of a human presence: nature itself is the subject. A focus on nature isn’t mandatory, however — you can capture a sweeping panorama of an entire city, town, […]

  • Photography 101: Swarm

    Show us a swarm today: large group, moving together. Birds. Bugs. Kids. Taxi cabs. Your subjects can be big or small, animate or inanimate — whatever they are, you just need a lot of them. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_assignment/photography-101-swarm/ Today I had the opportunity to roam around in Wellington, New Zealand. I only brought my small digital camera […]