Posts Tagged: #2020PhotoChallenge

2020 Photo Challenge #41

This week, Jude asks us to “ihighlight a dramatic sunset or sunrise or reflections on the beach” Here goes for a sunset on Happisburgh beach, about a decade ago And here we have a dramatic sky on a beach in

2020 Photo Challenge #41

This week, Jude asks us to “ihighlight a dramatic sunset or sunrise or reflections on the beach” Here goes for a sunset on Happisburgh beach, about a decade ago And here we have a dramatic sky on a beach in

2020 Photo Challenge #36 : Beyond the fence

I was just about to post this, when I realised I could use it as a bit of a slant wise approach to Jude’s challenge this week….Point of View A week or so ago I noticed this structure which I

2020 Photo Challenge #36 : Beyond the fence

I was just about to post this, when I realised I could use it as a bit of a slant wise approach to Jude’s challenge this week….Point of View A week or so ago I noticed this structure which I

2020 Photo Challenge #34

Jude says “Take a photo of a subject that you like in colour and then convert to Black & White. Show both images for comparison. Which is best? Does the image rely on colour for impact.” I’m going to show two

2020 Photo Challenge #34

Jude says “Take a photo of a subject that you like in colour and then convert to Black & White. Show both images for comparison. Which is best? Does the image rely on colour for impact.” I’m going to show two

2020 Photo Challenge #33

I’m late with joining in this months theme of Colour Theory, and totally missed doing a post with negative space. Ah well. Anyway, #33 is all about one colour. I shall go for blue. as you will see, there are

2020 Photo Challenge #33

I’m late with joining in this months theme of Colour Theory, and totally missed doing a post with negative space. Ah well. Anyway, #33 is all about one colour. I shall go for blue. as you will see, there are

2020 Photo Challenge: #24 – Close up/ Macro

BeeThis week, Jude has stated: This week’s assignment – We are looking at the shallow depth of field again this week to get close up to your subject. Use either a macro lens OR the macro setting on your camera

2020 Photo Challenge: #24 – Close up/ Macro

BeeThis week, Jude has stated: This week’s assignment – We are looking at the shallow depth of field again this week to get close up to your subject. Use either a macro lens OR the macro setting on your camera

2020 Photo Challenge: #23 Being creative with DOF

OK, finally here I am, shaking off the recent slothfulness with regard to this challenge. Jude has asked us to: “Take three images of a chosen subject at three different aperture ranges. Low (shallow like f/1.8), medium (intermediate like f/5.6) and

2020 Photo Challenge: #23 Being creative with DOF

OK, finally here I am, shaking off the recent slothfulness with regard to this challenge. Jude has asked us to: “Take three images of a chosen subject at three different aperture ranges. Low (shallow like f/1.8), medium (intermediate like f/5.6) and

2020 Photo Challenge #22

I love to see light streaming through a window…here are a few examples 6 Here’s the light streaming through the window one morning and showing the delicacy of the eggshell:   Hopefully you found a bit of atmosphere in these

2020 Photo Challenge #22

I love to see light streaming through a window…here are a few examples 6 Here’s the light streaming through the window one morning and showing the delicacy of the eggshell:   Hopefully you found a bit of atmosphere in these

2020 Photo Challenge #21 – Contre Jour

One of my favourite ways to take images, given the chance Here are a few from the archives This was one of the first I remember taking, at the Rocher de Dabo, in Alsace     This one, taken in

2020 Photo Challenge #21 – Contre Jour

One of my favourite ways to take images, given the chance Here are a few from the archives This was one of the first I remember taking, at the Rocher de Dabo, in Alsace     This one, taken in