This week Patti encourages us to focus on the subject and shows us different techniques that can help. I’m going to do my homework…
The tree and the group of rocks was a bit far away for my lens, so I thought the wooden walkway might help me to look over there.
The fairy Amelia enjoying a blue sky, while dragonflies and butterflies play around her. It took me a while to find the appropriate blur, to turn a poster board into a sky and make a plastic butterfly pretend to be real.
I was taking some pictures of that colorful corner, when I saw this couple approaching dressed in yellow and blue, they were doing great in my corner! I waited for them to get where I wanted and then… click!
Color, texture, nature and metal contrasts
Focusing on the Eyes
I needed an image of a book reader and I asked my nephew to take some pictures. During the session I couldn’t resist asking him to lift his eyes from the book for a moment…
Freezing the Action
In this picture, I think you can see, it was a time of quite action.
Framing the Shot
The natural framed and the door open, I think directs our gaze towards the castle.
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