Day 188 / 365
Just the things I see and the stories they tells.
A picture can tell a great many stories, this kind of sums up many things to me, locally, nationally and globally.
Day 182 / 365
Discovered a whole new street of colour today. However I thought this rather well placed tag or two were fitting for the 365 and my desire to bring some sunshine into the world of B&W I’ve been putting out lately.
By my calculations this photograph is the last one this side of the half way point of my 365 project, perhaps I’ll put a mid way review together, perhaps not. Either way it’s a mini mile stone.
Day 174 / 365
Just saw the potential for a sneaky 365 during some down time on todays shoot. The power and fun of an iPhone, just playing around with compositions, lines, diagonals, thirds. I almost forgot why I was there in the first place . . . . . . . . . .
iPhone via LR3
Alternate composition; Four Steps to the Right.
Somewhat simpler and in many respects I prefer it, however it’s good to break ones style now and again. I guess the second shot is the one I’d expect myself to shoot which is why I chose the diagonal one for the 365, mix things up a little.
We even managed to somehow body swerve all of the really really black rain clouds to get the real shooting finished for lunch. It has been raining pretty much since we called a wrap. Phew!
Day 162 / 365
I figured after all the Hungarian colour I’d put a strong B&W into the mix for today. Still keeping it simple though.
Still finishing up the Budapest series, if you like simple vivid blocks of colour then you may well enjoy checking it out. There’s also a strong possibility of a couple of desktop / ipad / iphone wallpapers becoming available too, stay tuned for more info (and the possible freebie I mentioned a few days ago)
Day 119 / 365
Another four day weekend thanks to a certain Royal Wedding (which I have to admit was pretty special) and May Day on Monday. Due to this postings may be late over the period.
Todays shot is kind of a study of light & lines, hence the name. It’s fun looking for the beauty in the mundane.
Olympus E-PL2, 20mm