I had a lot of fun experimenting with light this week. I'm dying to get back out and take photos of nature, or portraits in natural light, but it's either been freezing or raining outside - or both! We haven't had a harsh winter (yet, knock on wood), but I'm already looking forward to spring.
While I was playing around with ISO to get clear, not overblown shots, I also had fun using a low setting to get some light trails. These are, of course, from Memphis Botanic Garden's Holiday Wonders.
As I mentioned in my last post, this angel statue was so breathtaking with the drapes and lights that I had to give her a spotlight feature.
I had to share more from Memphis Botanic Garden's Holiday Wonders. Bundle up and go check it out if you get a chance!
At the risk of sounding like I have an inflated ego... I think this week's pictures are some of my best in a long time. I had an interesting setting, of course - Memphis Botanic Garden's Holiday Wonders. But I tried to see things in different and unique ways. I also had to really work …
I spent the week trying to see things in different ways, or at least trying to find something interesting or beautiful in the mundane.
This week I took photos on several different days (impressive, considering my workload) and actually narrowed it down to about ten favorites before I decided I wanted to focus on the light play photos. They were fun to shoot, my son got to be a part of it, and while I've never been into abstract …