I decided to photograph this window because of the interesting color combination. The warm red brick compliments the cold blueish window frame. The tobacco box inside the windows adds to the antique feeling.
Enjoy and happy window photographing!
This weeks photographic exercise is easy but it also could be very challenging. Go out and photograph windows. Windows provide the opportunity for “framing” and partially photographing a subject. Both methods can be used to create and interesting image. As always have fun with this exercise.
I photographed this window in Jacksonville, OR, a beautiful historic town with millions of opportunity for every image maker. I decided to frame this window with the plants that are growing all around it.
This weeks photographic challenge is “The kitchen project!” Go into your kitchen and photograph what you see. You can use natural light of artificial light. You can use any lens you choose. There is only one restriction: Don’t arrange anything! Find the composition and/or create it in your camera!
In this image I just opened the door of the kitchen cabinet and I found the bowls on top of the plates.
Enjoy and have a great photographic experience! One last thing: You might want to photograph in your kitchen when you spouse is out of the house!
This close-up is also photographed from the same tree. I wonder how many images I could create from just one tree. The imagination is just going wild sometimes and it is a good thing.
Happy photographing and don’t forget: You snooze you loose! This is true for many things and certainly for photography!