Over the years I’ve been studying I’ve always thought that composition was a strength, but sometimes I find myself still trying to get it right.
While looking for images for Monochrome Wednesday I was reminded of some photos I took earlier this month on a gorgeous morning at Docklands.
For Monochrome Wednesday I thought I would try converting a sunrise taken in the city a week or so back.
This is going to be quick today, I have a couple of pics that I have worked on this week. I thought it would be good to show you as well.
Well, it is time for Monochrome Wednesday yet again and I thought it might be nice to show you my favourite view of Melbourne. It isn’t surprising. No, not really.
The other day I found myself photographing a bridge with a fisheye lens. Actually, I was doing it with two, one on the camera, and one on my phone.
Finding something new to photograph After the revelations of the other day, it may not come as any surprise that I am a bit bored with what I have been taking photos of. I really need to start finding something new to photograph.
Today I thought it might be interesting to look at some images. It is something I have missed doing. I hope you have missed them as well. Today we are going to look at two new images. I’ve been exploring some of my Melbourne images and seeing what experiments I can do with them.
People on my Facebook pages have expressed wishes to get a weekly photo challenge and it occurred to me that you might like them as well. So the first 1 is going to be Bridges.
For quite some time I’ve been wanting to do some new work. There is always some apprehension when you start something new and a lot of procrastination can occur before hand. That has certainly been the case for me.