I have joined another group of women photographers. We are in a Photography Challenge Circle. Every month, a challenge is given and we must decide for ourselves how to interpret the challenge, photograph the challenge, and then write about our challenge. We will link to each other to create a circle.
For this month, we were to photograph: Perspective. What do you think about when you hear that word? Many things come to my mind when I hear the word perspective. I think of lines converging in the distance to a point, ie: a fence line. It could mean putting the thoughts and ideas in your head into clear vision, ie: I gained perspective on the situation after talking it over with an expert. It could also mean how you view something, ie: you could see a tree by standing beside it, looking up through the branches from the base of the trunk and by flying overhead.
I have decided to use the last one, sort of. I also incorporated another challenge for myself: self photography. I rarely ever use my camera to take pictures of myself. I have a remote, but have only used it once. I had to look at the book to figure out the self-timer! So I challenged myself to take pictures of myself from a different perspective. And, I am working really hard at getting my images to come out of the camera without having to do any corrections in PS. All but one of the images are straight out of the camera. No post processing other that cropping and a white balance correction done on one image. There! My double or do I say triple challenge is complete!
Waiting for coffee
Working in the barn:
Taking a shower
Getting myself beautiful
Working on my computer, well probably not working, just playing.
I did iron today
And I played with the dogs
Please follow the circle around to see how others in my group interpret the word Perspective. Kate is next in line. Thanks for stopping by!