Monthly Archives: January 2013
Okay so today’s photo is not my favourite 😦 I took it in the same place as the grass photo and was trying to experiment by “cooling” the picture (which gives a more movie like feel) but it doesn’t seem to have came out too amazingly.. Oh well! Of course it does have some good points and after having a second look now I realise it does have some decent elements to it as well as a creepy aura!
If you think you might have a creepy photo that you want me to submit onto here feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org 😀
if you still have any ideas for next week’s photos, write it in the comment section below! 🙂
This photo was taken by Karina Gędłek, who lives in Poland! 🙂
If you have any photos of your own you’d like to be displayed on this blog, just email me at email@example.com
Anyway! Tell her what you think about it, because personally I think it’s fantastic!
Hey Everyone 🙂 How was your day? Or how is your day going to be? – depending on where in the world you are right now! 😀 today’s image is a low angle macro of a patch of grass- I know, cool! :O
Of course the entire background of this photo is completely blurred out but it is in fact a long winding path through a forest. Unfortunately that didn’t make the best photo so instead I crouched (well, tripped) to the ground and poised the camera ready for this low angle shot. While sometimes low angle shots can be focused on objects further back, the same rule of thumb applies: Always aim up or horizontal; when I was younger I always had it tilted slightly down and I always wondered why the shots looked so dull/plain! And that is the end of our lesson, night 🙂
Oh Wait I was meant to ask: What theme do you want next week? Suggest some in the comments below and then I’ll continue to make a poll! 🙂
Hey everyone! ;D isn’t today awesome? I mean apart from the fact there was meant to be snow here in England, and there wasn’t 😦 but still another day, another photo 😀
This photograph was taken further up the road from yesterday’s one and combines HDR with some subtle editing to give the trees a silhouette appearance 🙂 hope you enjoy
p.s If anyone would like to display their photos on this blog I would be happy to give them credit if they simply email me with the photo or a link to the photo as well as any personal details eg. Name, country Etc 🙂 the email is firstname.lastname@example.org