I recently watched the below video on TED. It's not specific to photography, however, it did make me think about utilising the general idea to inspire creativity and to try new things. The basic premise is that everyone should try something new, or give something up, for 30 days. The presenter goes on to describe how this enhances his life and certain aspects of what he is interested in.
Went out tonight as the moon was full and the sky was clear. Ended up in the middle of a field in the dark. A bit concerned for my safety I took the below shots before retreating to the car! ;)
Went for a woodland walk today in Burnham Beeches near where I live. Great colours on the trees and fallen leaves this time of year, but very cold all of a sudden! :/
Just a quick post today of some photos I shot of cut flowers from our house. I used an off camera flash, Sigma 17-70mm lens and remote to ensure a steady shot....
With the advent of iPads there comes many different uses for photographers. Many conventional iPad/iPhone apps allow the addition of effects and filters to photographs. Light Table apps allow you to create various colours, patterns and effects from your iPad screen..
Went for a walk around a local forest today. I noticed the colours of Autumn suddenly appearing on the trees so expected to get a load of shots of the leaves and canopy. Instead I came home with mostly moss and fungi photographs.....
Patterns are everywhere in our world. We see them every minute of every day and, more often than not, we usually won't notice them. From the surface of a river to stone walls lining a field, pretty much everything has a pattern, even our behaviour.