I couldn’t decide between these two, and then ended up liking how the colors/compositions worked when together. So today you get two for one. Merry Christmas!
Posted in 366 in 2012 |
Tagged bokeh, Christmas, christmas tree, contrast, depth of field, diptych, free lensing, light, night, photography, project 366, tree, two, water, water drops, window |
Yet another dark rainy day here in Lexington, Kentucky. I would really enjoy these cool temperatures with some sun now, but the rain sure can make for some fun photographs.
Posted in 365 |
Tagged bokeh, colors, details, droplets, drops, fall, leaves, macro, photography, project 365, rain, reverse lens, water drops |
Yes I am aware that almost all of my titles lately have “fall” in them, but hey, it is fall and I love fall.
It finally rained today, which we needed desperately. So of course after teaching I went outside with my camera and took some reverse lens shots of the drops on the leaves.
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Posted in 365, Fall |
Tagged bokeh, close up, color, depth of field, details, drops, fall, leaves, macro, orange, project 365, rain, red, reverse lens, veins, water, water drops |
I am finally all caught up!
It absolutely poured today. As I was driving to class it was like driving through a lake. But we needed it so badly, and I do love the rain so I am not complaining at all. Plus it makes things like this spiderweb look so cool. This was taken with the reverse lens technique, and I think it may be one of my favorites using this technique.
Posted in 365, Summer |
Tagged contrast, macro, photography, project 365, rain, reverse lens, spiderweb, stuck, water, water drops, weather |
Not much left to say, other than here is today’s actual picture. And I hope that I can get myself back on track with this project.
Posted in 365, Random |
Tagged bokeh, depth of field, flower, green, photography, plant, project 365, rain, summer, water, water drops, white, yucca |