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P52 Week 17 – Food Photography

I’m sure is not quite what they were thinking of for this particular prompt but it’s the best I can do given the recent chaos of the recent weeks.  

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P52 Week 16 – Street Photography

My delay on posting these has its benefits.  While in Hilton Head on vacation we took a day trip to Savannah and did the tourist thing by hopping on one of the on/off tour buses.  It was the perfect solution with the kids! This young man was playing a beautiful classical piece that just happened…

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P52 Week 15 – Photographers Choice

I can’t believe how behind I am on this!  Work picked up and has been crazy and I’ve had a number of client sessions then we went on vacation.  So, I’m going to try to catch up (and back date these)… This week was photographers choice – anything goes…so here it goes….  

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P52 Week 12 – Centered Composition

I’m running waaaay behind on my P52 project!  I’ve been shooting but not necessarily along the theme.  So, I’m trying to catch up.  This week (2 weeks ago!) was all about centered composition.  Generally when you frame up a picture you want to follow the rule of thirds (nutshell: draw a three by three grid…

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P52 Week 11 – Negative Space

This week’s prompt was about negative space.  When I first started photography I was all about filling the frame with my subject and while that has its place, I needed to find some variety so I started reading up on negative space.  Negative space is the area which surrounds the main subject in your photo….

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P52 Week 8 – Low Light

The prompt this week was low light. This one was in the basement with a big double sliding door but it was far enough away and there was little other ambient light that I had to jack the ISO up to the max of my camera – 3200. The subject is the one you’ll always…

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P52 Week 7 – Backlight

This weeks assignment was back lighting. I love me some back lighting and find that I do it a lot in my family portrait sessions if I can manage it. It just give such a great halo and warmth to an image. This particular situation was in our living room which is all white and…

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A boy and his toys

There was barely 2 inches on the ground but that’s all it took to propel in out of his pj’s and into his snow clothes.  

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P52 Week 6 – Directional Light

The prompt this week was directional light and unfortunately it was a busy week so it was hard to really work on this prompt. I grabbed a few quick shots of Lia with the light from the window coming in to her side. Our family/tv room is all white with lots of great lights. I…

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P52 Week 5 – Inspired By

This week was “inspired by”. It could have been taken two different ways and it was great to look through all the contributions to see how people interpreted it. One you could have recreated a piece that you love with your own twist (think lego to create the last supper or something of that nature)…

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