fbpx
krnaturalphoto's Blog

Archives

One photo a day challenge: Day 329. Trying to fuel my creativity. Playing with long exposures. Experimenting with moving light. Working with holiday themes. I think I probably created some more aesthetically pleasing photos without the moving lights, but I thought this was the perfect combination of the creativity of the moving lights and the Christmas lights that are decorating the image and lighting the scene as well.

One photo a day challenge: Day 328. Wanted to do something with the holiday lighting. Had an idea to do some long exposures in dimly lit rooms. Then decided to get a little more creative. Started moving the camera to create light streaks. Then realized I could move the lights during the long exposure to create light streaks. I like how the streaks of light turned out. I think I will have… Read More

One photo a day challenge: Day 325. Holiday décor can always make for interesting photographs. It was interesting to get up close. Try to include as many elements as possible and eliminate distractions. The glow of the light through the cut outs are the focus. The decoration on the left glows and projects a tree onto the side of the decoration on the right.

One photo a day challenge: Day 314. Being in the midst of a one photo a day challenge I am always on the lookout for interesting photography subjects. During the time of year when this often means more indoor photography I am even more alert for subjects when I am in a store. Picking up a new item to photograph is always fun. Today at the store I saw a plant I… Read More

One photo a day challenge: Day 303. It is always nice to photograph different seasonal things. Subjects that can only be photographed at certain times of years. One such subject can be Christmas lights. I enjoy photographing different types of holiday light displays. I often like to get close up looks at bulbs. One lightbulb in focus in the foreground and then other blubs out of focus in the background are great… Read More

%d bloggers like this: