**Post 3 images that incorporate elements of composition such as: lines, shapes, color, patterns, framing, simplicity, texture.
**Remember to avoid mergers, cut-offs, and think about the rule of thirds!
(You are free to choose whether you would like to focus on depth of field–using aperture–, or motion–using shutter speed.)
I had a lot of fun this week taking LOTS of photos! And then uploading them to my camera and realizing that I should have taken a few more seconds looking around the viewfinder, asking myself if I was cutting anything off, or if there was anything that offended me about this photo. BUT! That is the beauty of digital photography!! You can take and delete, take and delete! I found subjects throughout the valley, from a pasture near my home, to Millcreek Canyon, to my own backyard. Here is what I came up with:
Taken up Millcreek Canyon. Going for the implied motion of the water, but also the lines of the trees and branches directing your eye to the waterfall.
Going for the "sweet spot." Wanted everything in focus, and used the shapes and lines to draw attention to my subject (my good-natured and handsome hubby!)
Wanting to use "singular theme" to focus on my puppy, Sydnie, by slightly blurring the grass in front of her, but also using framing to draw attention to her sweet face. I'm hoping I did the rule of thirds correct here, as well!
So, those are my submissions of this week. Many more I would like opinions on, but will save them for another time! I'm excited to see everyone's photos this week. Until tomorrow, namaste!!