Pet Photography Project 52: 15 – Then and Now

Then and Now So easy to choose how to interpret this topic!!  Today is Nixie Lix's second birthday.  So here is her then and now ... Project 52 is a weekly circle project so from here, use the following link to hop over and visit Belinda Dorman (Bindz Photography,...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 14 – Under

Whilst I missed the deadline for getting my Blog Post link submitted, and I haven't taken a new photograph for this week, I am still completing a post for Week 14 - Under. I am a firm supporter of having a camera near you at all times as you never know what you will...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 13 – Back Lighting

Back Lighting This week didn't go to plan - I caught a cold and spent a day in bed feeling completely miserable and then the day I set aside for my photo (all dosed up on medications) clouded over and started raining. But then today, oh today!  I spent a couple of...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 12 – Something New

Something New 10 days old.  He has only just opened his eyes.  You cannot get much more new than this gorgeous French Bulldog. Welcome to the world Zephyr. Project 52 is a weekly circle project so from here, use the following link to hop over and visit Trina Bauer...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 11 – Something Silly

Something Silly For the last few days I've been thinking there is a ghost in our house. I have been wondering why, when I go to pick up my camera, that it is not in the same place that I am sure I left it. Or the battery is nearly dead when I'm sure I just charged it....

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Pet Photography Project 52: 10 – Symmetry

Symmetry Cutting it so so so fine this week - so fine that I had a 'just in case' image prepared .. well just in case! Last night we took the hounds on a walk around Lake Hakanoa and scored a beautiful sunset out of it.  There are some stunning places around the Lake...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 9 – Shooting From the Hip

Shooting from the Hip Woah. This week was MUCH HARDER than I thought it would be - but in an effort to not miss any weeks, I'm trying my hardest. But do you know why I love the Project 52 weekly challenge so much?  Because it is such a challenge.  Sure some of the...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 8 – Black and White

Black and White This weeks theme is a delight for me! My favourite photograph of Nixie Lix, well it was until I made this, is a black and white treatment of her in front of one of our concrete walls waiting for her cupboard to be opened and her frisbee to come out. ...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 7 – Print

Print I think I love this topic!  Although it has to be said that taking a photograph of a printed work of your pet and then trying to get said pet in the photograph is a little harder than you might expect.  As a Photographer who actively encourages people to print...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 6 – Wide Open

Wide Open Wide Open could have meant landscapes, it could have meant apertures.  For us its a whole lot of things. It is the sense of adventure that our two have; lying on their backs on the mat waiting for the other to jump on them and wrestle, it is running around...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 5 – Fitness

Fitness A couple of weeks ago we did a theme of "A Day in the Life" where you would have seen that Nixie and Django love racing around the park in the morning and then sleeping all afternoon.  This combined with bush walks and swimming (thats Nix, not Dj, he won't go...

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Pet Photography Project 52: 4 – Frame It

Frame It. Framing a subject in a photograph is a technique where by you draw attention to it - by blocking other parts of the image. To frame a subject, you can use a person, colour, a natural object, leading lines or light. In adding a 'frame' you need to be careful...

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