Wednesday, December 22, 2010

D-355 What will we do at the end of our projects?

I know I've brought this up before, but what are you planning on doing when your 365 day project is over? I have 10 DAYS LEFT!
After the 10th day I will take a very short break. Maybe a week or so. I'll catch up on some sleep and spend some time with my family.

I've had several suggestions that maybe I should write some tutorials on lighting. I'm no expert on lighting but I guess we can learn some more together. Any other suggestions?
When you come to my blog, what would you like to see? Learn? share? I am open for suggestions. I'll probably start writing some tutorials if there is an interest for that.

The daily shoot
#ds402 Make a photograph of a circular or round object today.

See the tree reflected in the bulb? Part of my home is also reflected in there.
Bulbs
I had several to chose from today
Glass bulb
The colored reflections are not lights, they are jingle bells that are reflecting light.

Christmas bulbs
bulbs, beads, lights and icicles all make for great bokeh.

Empty
Empty

Halo, the bearded dragon was content riding around on my son's head
Halo

Images Viewed: Sandra Nykerk

6 comments:

xolexo said...

-sigh- You amaze me.

snaphappee said...

I just don't know what I want to do!!!! *THE* thing hasn't struck me yet. AAAHHHHH!

These are all lovely photos - what great representations of Christmas!

Nikhil Ramkarran said...

Those are some superb shots, you are clearly playing to your strengths here. Very nice control of lighting, composition using shapes and colour handling. I am partial to images which suggest the whole by emphasizing the meaningful part of a scene. Not an abstract, but a close shot of the part of a scene that immediately evokes a whole atmosphere. You have done that rather well here.

The shot of the figurine is beautiful, but just a little creepy. Don't know if that is what you were going for, but I like it :)

Really good stuff. Don't be surprised if my photo today ends up being inspired by (stolen from :) yours.

greygirl25 said...

Love your ornaments, they really are beautiful.

I do think learning from each other is key. I say go for the tutorials.

Judy said...

I like the 3rd and 4th best. The iguana (or whatever he is) is another story. I can't imagine having one as a pet. It would be strange, although I've heard the make good pets.

If you're looking for ideas, think about a "behind the shoot" type of thing. It offers more options for discussion. I've thought of that but I'm not there just yet. I have to get more shoots going first.

my3rdi.org said...

Love these ornaments shots Sandra.

On your question on what's next, don't know yet. Definitely a short break is in order ;)

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