I think this fits the minimalism theme. I don't know what this "tree" is doing out on the beach or if someone put it there but it I knew I wanted to find a way capture it. When trying to figure out my composition I couldn't help but notice the unique shadow that the tree was casting which is what I was trying to make the main subject of this...
Another one from the waterside park. Strange land as you get near the water. It varies from dusty to slippery to crackly to quicksand-like. With the amount of dead fish in the water a few feet away, I'm guessing it may not be safe to be shooting there... I'll probably go back next weekend.
A silly idea I had.
I just put a rock on a photo I printed and thought it looked funny.
I would like to hear what you think of it.
I am not new to Fstoppers but I'm new to this group. I got this photo while experimenting with the panning technique. I assume everyone here knows what "panning" is but just in case, I was moving the camera from left to right while releasing the shutter. This technique can be used many different ways. It can take quite a...
I decided to share this image in minimalism and would love hear your thoughts. This photo was inspired by photographer Jeroen Peters.
I helped with class this last week on Photographing Flowers and I decided to give low key a try.
How to explain this one ! Very difficult but they were returned to my greenhouse after the photo session to calm down.
A dandelion seed is so delicate and fine and most of the time they float through the air with a wafting lilt in a random direction. This one is dejected and rejected. Such is life.
Debris from flooding left on the hiking trail above a lake cove. The water is now 20 feet below this spot. CC Appreciated.
Just an old trail blaze on a nature trail near home. It's been there a while. CC Apreciated.
Walking at a small waterside park by where I live and decided to take one of each. All critique is welcome and appreciated.
I usually do single flower versions of these (like the last one of dogwood). However, the few more complex ones I've done have gotten high ratings so I thought I'd try some more. These are from today.
Also, this was my first day out with a 1960 Tokina/Vivitar 5.5 300mm prime lens. It is not an easy lens to get used to as it is totally...
Is it abstract enough? Rainy night...light refractions through water droplets on my car window was giving some 'unnatural' scene at certain angle when everything was defocussed...waited for a rider and captured.
dandelion seeds lit with lasers
shot with a Pentax k-x and a Tamron 90mm
1.3-second exposure fstop 16 and iso 100
I have quite a collection of these so I am hoping to get an idea of the ones that really impress. I'll be posting a few at a time. I took these yesterday and today so they are the newest.
I am thinking of a series and want to put that best forward for consideration.
#11, Susan's Feet, Plymouth Square, Conshohocken
#12, Sidewalk, Callowhill Street, Philadelphia
Yeah, I know, the first one is neither minimalist nor abstract, but it does define "Underfoot." First my dog (a couple of days ago) and then my wife. The larger series has more of this.
#9, Entranceway, Penn Medicine, Radnor, PA
#10, Parking Lot, Wal-Mart, Jeffersonville, PA
Lauralynn White's Contemporary Art Gallery opens for the season on June 16, 2019. It is about a mile from the main entrance to the Chautauqua Institute, which is a big deal thereabouts. My late Uncle George and Aunt Helen had a house on the...