Portrait: Faceless – Tell someone’s story without showing their face.
Went right to work, asked for a model and then the concept was hazy. Decided not to force anything, and just took pictures until I liked one. I decided I wanted an outside shot and I wanted something pensive or meditative.
This week, I went back to the Nikon D3200 , so glad I did.
Special thanks to my model, Tia Strachen.
Challenge #6: Your artistic interpretation this week should be inspired by something sweet. A great chance to play with macro photography.
Wow, so I waited sooooo long to find this pic. I tried everything and for some reason, I just couldn’t find a creative way to present candy.
Recently, I went on an audition and there were peppermint candy dishes, I instantly thought, I’m going to be up in somebody’s face. Needless to say, I totally took a pic of my favorite peppermint candy.
This is another venture away from my Nikon D3200. For this picture, I picked up my iPhone 6 Plus.
Here it is, enjoy!
Challenge #5: Look for a scene with great contrast that will make a great black and white.
Hmmm, sounds easy enough. Started taking pictures with any readily, available camera and they were all beautiful in color but not so much in black and white.
While driving to my Mom’s, I noticed this tree that stood out because of the absence of color. The sun was directly on it and made it look white. In person, the tree looked like someone just pasted it into the landscape. I grabbed my super tiny Point and Shoot camera: Sony, Cyber-shot, Carl Zeiss edition. Disappointed it wasn’t my DSLR but I figured the point and shoot would be good to have since it slides right into a pocket in my purse.
So here it is