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    « Creative Radar | Main | Mixed Media: Secret World »
    Thursday
    Jan262012

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    This post is not about faerie houses.

    This is about finding something that intrigues you.

    A scene that you can photograph in every season.

    In every light.

    From every angle.

    Pick something you see every day. Something fairly permanent in your garden, a windowsill in your kitchen, a birdhouse, a sculpture, curtains, a car, a sign.

    Experiment.

    Photograph it in every imaginable way.

    Over a period of time. Over a few seasons.

    Practice.

    Pick something that doesn't move, to simplify your task. To add a constraint.

    Learn.

    Different f-stops. Different seasons. Different angles. Different background. Different depth of field. Different light. Different weather. Different time of day. Different distance. Different things included or excluded.

    Reader Comments (3)

    I live by the beach and find the changes, almost after every tide, endlessly fascinating. Today it's rather wild and windy so who knows what I'll see when I go for a walk when the winds abate a little? Sometimes I photograph it - maybe I could take one from the same spot each time.

    01.26.2012 | Unregistered CommenterWendy

    What a SWEET little house!...and a great photography project, too.

    01.26.2012 | Unregistered CommenterAndria

    Great idea, adorable house, and beautiful pictures!!

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