Thursday, July 22, 2010

D-198 . . . at an angle

The daily shoot:Rotate your camera today a bit and make a slightly off-angle photograph. Use the angle to emphasize your subject.

Hard to tell but I did turn the camera. I shot from an angle.

I did an outdoor photo shoot today of a family. This little girl wanted to play her violin for me. The concentration in her face and her determination to play above all other distractions fit Tasra Mar's Theme Thursday "Abandonment"
and the definition I found was: abandoned: unrestrained or uncontrolled; uninhibited: She played with abandoned enthusiasm.

Images Viewed:My paradise photos
My Reading Corner
Professional Photographer magazine May 2010 issue
Nikon D300 Manual pages: 302-307
Vision Mongers" by David duChemin


Anonymous said...

Blooming flower shot is awesome. I like the contrast in colors and details on the bloom. Yeah it's hard to tell when you have repeating patterns...nice job!

snaphappee said...

Nice! On your sunflower, you can tell it's from an angle because the stem is tilted - sunflowers generally grow straight.

Great interpretation and illustration on the Tasra Mar theme! That's a wonderful photo of the little lady and her music!

Judy said...

Both wonderful photos.

Anonymous said...

The fact that the sunflower is not yet fully open really holds my attention and the details and colour are captured well


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