Project: Leading Lines Leading lines are a great way to direct your viewer's eye to a certain part of an image. Almost any line in an image can be a leading line and they don't have to be straight. Think of a winding country road, a trail or a stream moving off into the distance. … Continue reading Project #34 Leading Lines
Project: Let's get small! Macro photography can be fun and challenging. This week get small with a few of your favorite tiny objects and let everyone see what goes on in your "little world." Don't worry if you don't have a dedicated macro lens. You probably do have a lens that has macro capabilities. There … Continue reading Project #33 Let’s get small!
Project: Window Light Window light, in all it’s varieties, can be used for a most any subject. Harsh, direct window light can add mood to an otherwise uninteresting room or bring out detail and texture. Soft light from a north facing window can be used to create a portrait or still life. Use window light … Continue reading Project #32 Window Light
Project: Less is More Have you ever come across a subject or scene that just would not fit nicely into a composition? There seems to be too many distracting details if you try and shoot wide so you fit it all in your frame. Then, when you finally do get everything you want in the … Continue reading Project #31 Less is More