A 365 project (as the name suggests) is a 1 year photography assignment, to capture 1 photo per day. There are no rules regarding what you take photos of as long as there is a general 'theme'. The images can be of a particular subject, such as architecture, a particular genre like landscape, portrait or street, or even using a particular effect such as bokeh or fisheye.
Due to the season and because they look very festive, below are some awesome photographs of frost and ice. Make sure you are warm and cosy before scrolling down!
Very early, cold start this morning. I was hoping the frost would be as heavy as it was yesterday but, it wasn't. It was still quite considerable though so I managed to get a few shots...
Pretty much everyone says that they are going to give something up, do something new or try something different at New Years. Why not set a few personal goals within your photography, you don't need to tell anyone else, but you might just find that trying some of the below takes your photography in a different direction....
2012 has been a great year for photography. I am always astounded by the images that people are capable of creating. 500px has proved an invaluable source of inspiration and motivation for me this year and below are some of the truly astonishing images that I have favourited.
Well, it's nearly the end of another year. To celebrate this season of giving and as a 'thank you' to everyone that visits FPR and makes it all worth while, I have a little gift for you. My good friends at Poit101 have offered all the readers of FPR a 10% discount on any canvasses ordered before Christmas. So whether you are treating yourself or a loved one, here is something to ease the burden on your bank account!
It's getting colder. With that, of course, you also get superb, crisp sunsets with vibrant colours and deep blue skies. One of the best places around here is a man made lake and nature reserve. I thought I had missed any chance of capturing some colour tonight, but I just made it ;)