Project 52: 2018 3 – Fill the Frame

So often when I am photographing pets, mine included, I want to create a documentary of adventures and I'm all set to tell a story.  I take in some of the landscape, the animals families, their movements. My desired shot list includes things like logs or steps or...

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Project 52: 2018 2 – Rule of Thirds

The Rule of Thirds is possibly the most well known 'rule' or guideline in photography, painting and other visual arts and it is normally one of the first subjects discussed in any class.  The guideline proposes that an image should be imagined as being divided into...

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Project 52: 1 – Blank Slate

Happy New Year dear readers and friends!  Thank you for sticking with me over the last year even though it's been very very quiet on the blog front.  My Facebook page has had a few more posts however the majority of the action has happened on Instagram.  Over on the...

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Project 52: 50 – Relaxing

It's been a really long time since I got my act together and participated in the Pet Photography Project 52 Blog Circle but when I piped up and said I would love to get started again in 2018, they greeted me so warmly I thought, just start now.  This weeks topic is...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 4 – The Zone System

For 2016, the Pet Photography Project 52 are working through David Duchemin’s book ‘The Visual Toolbox’. Our lesson, and theme for this week is ‘Exposure: The Zone System’. Ansel Adams is known for many things, one of his most important contributions was an exposure...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 3 – Ask Better Questions

For 2016, the Pet Photography Project 52 are working through David Duchemin’s book ‘The Visual Toolbox’. Our lesson, and theme for this week is ‘Ask Better Questions’. "Beginners are full of questions. If we're wise, we never lose that sense of always being a beginner...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 2 – Considering Vision

For 2016, the Pet Photography Project 52 will be working through David Duchemin's book 'The Visual Toolbox'. Our lesson, and theme for this week is 'Considering Vision'. "We all make photographs for different reasons." We see the world differently and use the camera...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 1 – New

My 2016 kicked off wonderfully, wonderfully wriggly and fluffy and super super cute. Me and my [Pet] Posse Kelly Wolfe and Carol Howell went down to Haulton Border Collies in Cambridge to photograph their latest litter. These little pups are only 5 weeks old.  I think...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 28 – Through the Window

Through the Window It's nearly two months since I completed a Project 52 prompt and even though I've been picking up my camera for my studio project, I haven't had any other inklings of inspiration. I still keep an eye on the Project 52 Facebook group and when I saw...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 18 – Morning Has Broken

Morning Has Broken This week it is my turn to choose the topic - yayy! I'm not really a morning person if we are being completely honest - but there is something peaceful and wonderful about forcing myself out of bed (okay the forcing part isnt all that peaceful) and...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 17 – Colour

Colour Our brief for this week is to shoot color as you see it or as you interpret it, a sunrise, a sunset, your pets eyes. As the Northern Hemisphere thaws out and has grass and flowers popping through, down here in the Southern Hemisphere, our leaves are changing...

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