Here are the photos I posted this week as part of Emma Davies’ 30 Days of Composition photo challenge. For more information please visit Emma’s website.
Day 21 – Framed for a Square Format
Day 22 – Single Focal Point
Day 23 – Tiny Subject
Day 24 – Complementary Colour
Day 25 – Mono (Any colour, not just B&W)
Day 26 – Abstract
Day 27 – Repetition
For further details on any of the individual photos please check out my Instagram feed.
Here are this week’s photos from my August Break challenge hosted by Susannah Conway.
Day 21 – Today is….
Day 22 – Squares
Day 23 – My Face….
Day 24 – Three
Day 25 – Peaceful
Day 26 – Oranges
Day 27 – Little
For more information on the challenge visit Susannah’s website or for more details on the individual photos then please check out my Instagram feed.
Here are the photos I posted this week for the 30Days of Composition photo challenge.
Day 14 – Form or Shape
Day 15 – Texture
Day 16 – What’s Leaving the Frame….
Day 17 – Create Depth
Day 18 – Show Movement
Day 19 – Perfectly Aligned
Day 20 – Deliberately Discordant
For further details on any of the photos posted here please visit my Instagram feed. For details on the 30 Days of Composition challenge please take a look at Emma Davies’ website.
Here are the photos I posted during this week’s photo challenge for Susannah Conway’s August Break.
Day 14 – Love is…..
Day 15 – Unicorn
Day 16 – Breathe
Day 17 – Bedroom Window
Day 18 – 5 Years Ago
Day 19 – My Hands
Day 20 – Clouds
To see more details about these photos hop on over to my Instagram feed. For more information about August Break take a look at Susannah Conway’s website.
Here are the photos I published this week on my Instagram feed as part of Emma Davies’ 30 Days of Composition photo challenge.
Day 7 – Symmetry
Day 8 – Fill the Frame…..
Day 9 – 3s or 5s
Day 10 – Balance
Day 11 – Pattern
Day 12 – No Foreground
Day 13 – Circles
To view the photos in their original context please visit my Instagram feed.
Here are the photos posted this week as part of Susannah Conway‘s August Break challenge. Details can be found on her website or you can follow on Instagram by searching for #augustbreak2016.
Day 7 – Beneath my feet….
Day 8 – Favourite taste
Day 9 – Red
Day 10 – Yellow
Day 11 – Green
Day 12 -A Secret
Day 13 – 6 o’clock
To see them in their original context please visit my Instagram feed.
Having chosen to take part in a couple of photo challenges this month, I’ve been quite busy snapping away. The second challenge this month is one proposed by Susannah Conway called The August Break, where for each day in August the idea is take a photo on the prompt supplied. The results can then be posted on a blog, on Instagram or on the group Facebook page.
This challenge is not technical like the Emma Davies one but more fun – I’m very intrigued to see what the group make of the “unicorn” prompt later in the month!
Further details can be found on Susannah’s website: Susannah Conway or her Instagram feed: Susannah’s Instagram or by searching for “The August Break, 2016” on Facebook.
Day 1 – Morning Light
Day 2 – Leaf
Day 3 – Handwriting
Day 4 – Sweetness
Day 5 – Midday
Day 6 – I’m Reading……
The more observant amongst you will count 7 photos with the extra one being from before the challenge began on the 1st August. It’s not too late to join in so, if it’s of interest, why not look up one of the ways of connecting and giving it a go. Future prompts include squares, little, three, peaceful and, as already mentioned, unicorn!
I started two different photo challenges this month on Instagram/Facebook – the first is Emma Davies’ 30 Days of Composition which I came across by following her ‘A Year with my Camera’ page on Facebook and via her website.
The idea is that each week of the year you get an email regarding some aspect of learning to use your camera and then spend the week practising and posting the results in the facebook group page. Unfortunately I only discovered her website part way through the year and so missed the early emails and I also haven’t been able to quite keep up.
However I thought I’d join in with this particular challenge in the hope of improving my technical skills by looking at all the different ways of composing a photo. I have to admit to being very “stuck in my ways” regarding what I takes photos of and how, and so this little challenge should make me consider some new and different perspectives.
If you’re interested in her course, details can be found on her website: Emma Davies Photography, her Instagram feed: Emma Davies – Instagram or search for “A Year with my Camera” on Facebook.
Day 1 – Viewpoint
Day 2 – Framed
Day 3 – Negative Space
Day 4 – Diagonals
Day 5 – Rule of Thirds
Day 6 – Leading Lines
The topics continue with symmetry, fill the frame, 3s or 5s, balance, pattern and no foreground. Why not join in and give it a go?
Well, all the good intentions of my last post, in fact my New Year’s post, have sadly come to naught and I still haven’t managed to post any photos. That’s such a sad state of affairs but, again, life seems to have taken over and the year has flown by. How come it’s August on Monday – how on earth did that happen?
Despite not having posted any photos, other than a lean spell early on, I have continued to take photos although my modus operandi has changed somewhat this year. Firstly I discovered that the new phone I got towards the end of last year, takes pretty good pictures and so I have used that much more as it’s always to hand. Secondly, a little photo project I joined for a week of daily photos, used Instagram for sharing our pictures and a new “home” for my photos was established.
I had resisted joining Instagram for a long time but once I did, I wondered why I hadn’t done so much earlier. Like many phone apps it has its pros and cons and I certainly objected to the recent upgrade that brought about a Facebook style algorithm that determines what it thinks you want to see most. I have no idea why it couldn’t have just kept the posts in chronological order so you could work your way through everything you’d subscribed to but apparently Instagram knows best……Personally I’d prefer to have the option but like a lot of things in life, it doesn’t happen that way. Despite that, however, I have grown to enjoy using Instagram.
After my initial project I was inspired to keep up my (almost) daily photo taking and since it’s so easy to post straight to Instagram from my phone, that has become my new favourite place to post my photos. Every so often I’d think about posting here but again, laziness took over. Now however I intend to rectify that by doing a weekly round-up of my instagram photos although if you prefer, you can follow me directly on Instagram: Scene by Minerva Maybe I’ll see some of you over there! In the meantime please enjoy the photos from the last seven days.