52-Week Photo Challenge, 2019
Week 29: Depth of Field–Making the subject seem part of something larger
I’ve been on hiatus from photography this summer while I concentrate on ceramics. Sculpture in particular. Having fun, but missing photography. I saw an opportunity to dig out my camera tonight in the twilight just before a massive thunder storm on a very hot day.
Here I am again, working on the one-photo-per week challenge for 2019. I didn’t do it last year and my photography languished. I was creating pottery, however. This year I will do both!
The week 1 challenge is to create a self portrait without actually showing my face. #dogwood2019
52-Week Challenge, 2017
Week 40: Tell the story of a colorful picture, in black and white
Time to get my head back into photography after weeks of hiatus due to travel and after-travel catch-up. What better way than with a very colorful image, but with all of the color removed. Can you imagine what it looks like in color? Would color distract you in this very busy image? Are you able to focus on the intricate design in the absence of color? Does the subtlety of the grayscale appeal to you? Or do you miss the color?
The full original art (in color) is currently at the Renwick Art Gallery in Washington, DC. This is just a small portion of the original. Sorry, I wasn’t taking notes; I don’t know the artist’s name. The Renwick does encourage photos.