The wire mesh of a kitchen sieve.
Detail of the knurling on a blue anodized aluminium flashlight (torch).
Hoarfrost on chicken wire.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: Abstract prompt.
The center of a Coneflower.
Curtains and a window.
This is my contribution to the One Word Sunday prompt Umbrella.
When I read the prompt I thought of the umbrella on our patio table. We put it in the table in the spring and I don’t think it has been unfurled yet this year.
So I decided to shoot some abstracts of the folded umbrella. I started shooting them in monochrome but quickly switched to colour as I liked the contrast between the blue fabric of the umbrella and the green vegetation in the background.
This is my day 2 contribution to Becky’s July Squares: Perspective.
An almost abstract view of a part drunk cup of coffee.
Monochrome Monday travels back a couple of days to a walk around the neighborhood.
I was struck by the various shades of green of the newly opened Maple leaves. However, it was a grey, overcast day so rather than blue sky showing through the gaps in the branches it was featureless grey. So I decided to try a monochrome conversion using a red filter which increased the contrast between the various shades of green.
I rather like the way the leaves have become an almost abstract pattern with the branches giving a clue to what you’re looking at.
This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Glasses, Cups or Saucers.
Having been on a bit of a table top photography kick recently this was a good challenge for more messing around with unusual viewpoints and adapted lenses.
A nearly empty cup of coffee illuminated from below due to it sitting on my light table.
I thought the pattern of rings on this drinking glass was interesting.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: Nature as Art prompt.
As soon as I read the prompt I had several ideas for the challenge. I decided that any effects in photos I selected had to be done in camera, no heavy editing to get an effect. I also decided that all the photos had to be square, although I can’t really explain that decision.
The centre of a Coneflower. A mix of subject and camera movement coupled with very thin depth of field from the high magnification macro lens.
Autumn tree trunks. Subject isolation with a telephoto lens turns the tree trunks into a pattern.
Isolating a small section of a sunrise with a telephoto lens turns it into a graphic image.
Motion blurred tree trunks. An experiment with moving the camera vertically during exposure.
Shadows of tree trunks across the snow. A straight forward shot with the fallen branch close to following the rule of thirds.
Cloud movement over Colpoy’s Bay. A 60 second exposure at dawn allows the clouds to move across the sky and makes the water appear calm.