I am really becoming more aware of how to design photographs. I don’t always get it right, but I think I’m more aware of what I did wrong when I look at my pictures after the fact. And hopefully I will learn from those mistakes. I am also becoming more comfortable with changing some of the settings on my camera to get the look I am trying to achieve and for the best picture possible. Less frustration = happier photographer = better pictures. I hope.
This week we have Architecture and People or Pets. Here you go:
The following are of a shop in Long Grove, IL. I’m sure this used to be a house. This is of the back of the house, but it is the side seen by many walkers/shoppers as it is in the courtyard type area of the cluster of buildings which house shops in that area. And for the record, I drove by the front of it later and personally, I like the back better.
A corbel near the back entrance.
Next up is my people study. These are from a portrait session with my husband. I know they are the same pose, just different distances, but one other that I like, he didn’t like and I don’t want to put it up in case it embarrasses him. Though I don’t think it is in any way, embarrassing.
One other thing. I didn’t show some photos from last week’s class!
These are of the Church of the Holy Communion in Lake Geneva, WI.