I love watching the patterns the ice make on windows on the cold winter days. This year I had the chance to grab them on camera.
Week 3– Artistic: Land
Landscape photography is not something I am really good at, but I do my best to surprise the feeling I had when I shot the picture. This one for me is about memories, about love and loss, about a young age that is never coming back.
Week 4– Story: Mirror
We can look at things from different angles and still see the whole picture. Perspective is subjective.
Best way to start a new year is with a photo challenge. Found this article on PetaPixel and decided to join Dogwood’s 52 weeks photo challenge straight away. This is the best way to practice and get outside your comfort zone. There is also a Facebook Group Dogwood 52 Photography Challenge and a Flickr one (Dogwood 2017) where you can post your work.
Here is my week 1 Rule of Thirds
This is the story of a misfit, caught in an environment it doesn’t belong to. It needs to adapt and adjust and realize that sometimes, beauty can arise even in the strangest of places.
As a street photographer all you do is observing society and waiting for the decisive moment. Some days are better than others, because life just makes a show in front of your eyes, but I tend to believe a great photographer makes art from the most boring situations. Because he can recreate what he sees under an artistic view. This is what I strive to become, to make uninteresting things, interesting. After all, life is beautiful but it takes a good angle to see that.
Here is a shot I took today after some of the workers shouted to not take photos. I did it anyway, because I hate when people tell me I shouldn’t do something.
Sometimes, staying on the edge is the most reflective moment in your life. What lies in front of you is uncertain, and what’s behind, doesn’t really matter. You just need to make a leap of faith and dive in. There’s nothing like the instant moment.