In response to The Daily Posts photo challenge: Gathering I decided to share an old photograph of my friends ‘gathering’ together to go to our end of school prom. Happy memories made with friends. Advertisements
Read more "The weekly photo challenge: gathering"
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Oops” For this weeks challenge I decided to turn to my boyfriends travel photos. He is not the most technically savvy person to begin with but his lack of knowledge about photography combined with taking photos whilst drunk has produced some pretty oops moments for him. […]
Read more "The weekly photo challenge: Oops"
Framing is an essential part of taking a great photograph. As a starting point the rule of thirds is a good guideline to follow. This proposes that a image you wish to photograph should be imagined to be split into 9 equal squares…a grid involving two horizontal and two vertical lines. Many cameras these days […]
Read more "How to take better travel photos: Framing"
This posts links in quite well with this weeks The Daily Post’s photo challenge. Whenever I go to a new place I have to admit that I do like to photograph the main tourist attractions despite knowing that there are probably the same photographs taken from the same place already out there. I think it […]
Read more "How to take better travel photos: Subject of interest "
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
I feel as though this photograph fits into the theme ‘change’ as it captures the demolition of a building. Since I took this photography a new building has been built in its place.
I really like this photograph, I think I have a thing for photographing rubble and mess.
Read more "The Weekly Photo Challenge: Change"