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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Photography Assignment #2

I recently shared with you that I began a photography class on composition a couple of weeks ago. I'm a bit behind on blogging these days because it seems that I never have a spare minute. I may have over-committed myself but that's OK, it's all fun stuff. I shared with you my assignment from week 1's photography class here, and I thought I would also share some of my shots from week 2.

The focus of week 2 was shape, texture, and perspective. I was very excited about the texture assignment but the others I struggled with. I was off from work on Friday and I was able to get out for a few hours to go exploring and find some inspiring subjects to shoot.

Just me on assignment - please ignore the no makeup.


Shape - being my silhouette
Texture - capturing the old rubber tires and peeling paint.

Texture - peeling paint from the floorboard of a really old truck

Perspective - merry go round at the park at our beach.
This weekend I will need to work on my assignment when I'm not indulging in Halloween festivities. The focus is landscape and bringing all of the building blocks together. Huh....I think I may need to go back and figure out the second piece of the assignment. Sometimes it's a mystery but I'll come up with something.
P.S. I'm always looking for other bloggers that have an interest in photography....inspiration is a very good thing.

3 comments:

Brooke G. said...

You got some GREAT shots!!!! I can't believe how nervous you were going into it. Yours always turn out AWESOME :D And, I KNOW... ahhhhhhh... this week's is HARD. I took a bunch today and am not loving any of them - ekkk!

PS - THANKS for the darling card - CAAAA-UTE. The boys loved the candy :D

Sara said...

I love that you're taking a photography class. Your pictures are really great! You've definitely got an eye for it! I'm really interested in photography too and always looking for inspiration. Keep up the great work!

Fryer Family said...

I love all of your texture photos! Great job!