Day Four of WP Blogging University Course: “Natural World” — Leading Lines It takes time to train your eyes to look for leading lines. Look for strong vertical, horizontal, or diagonal lines in your setting, as well as curves and shapes that draw your eye toward certain parts of your photo. The poetry of the… Continue reading A Dead Trunk-Developing Your Eye II
Scale-Experiment with size Today play with scale, use anything and everything to convey size in your image.
Tell me that you see it please . . . The carving of an alienated face . . . Something that take me in an empty place A place where strange bodily spectre talks to me Somewhere that only echos in my eyes And sometimes the lights force itself inside.
The winter season has faded away It has shed its cloak of colded breath And here I am in the kitchen Bathing again in the intense rays of sunlight.
3 in one post: daily prompt, photography: 'water' and November Notes Challenge: 'recreation' An elicit love springing like water On a summer glitering moon Joyous hearts playing together happily Forgeting that the lovely bells Sings merrily for love as true as them.
Yesterday went to visit my mother and I took a picture of the road on our way home. It was raining a little bit yesterday afternoon.
Day One-Home As time goes by, I realise more and more about the importance of posting your own pictures as a blogger. So, I have decided to suscribe to the course: Photography: developing your eye 1, given freely by WordPress-so as to improve my photography techniques. All the pictures that will be posted are taken from my… Continue reading Back to Blogging University