This week you were challenged to focus on the details in your photographs. Did you notice how when you concentrated on the details of your subjects your photos became more intricate, interesting and artistic? Well I did! I saw new textures, well planned depth of fields, and creative angles!
Here are this week’s 15 Detailed Photographs.
2. Monica McGuire – I love the angle of this photo! It’s so much fun! Your colors are so vibrant and add a real pop to your photo.
3. Claudia Campell – Love the simplicity of this photo! I like how your background adds dimension to this shot without taking the focus off of the shells.
4. Susan Goudge – This photo speaks wonders to me. I love how you captured the green moss and plants next to the cold tombstones. It is quite symbolic to me.
5. Dorrie Sotko – Chubby baby fingers are my weakness! I love how you focused on them but also caught the chubby cheeks in the background. This is a great crop.
6. Susan Padilla – Another one of my weaknesses – old doors! I like how you focused on the rusty doorknob. The peeling paint adds some great texture to the background and helps tell the story.
7. Debbie Haggard – This is a great macro shot! The colors are vibrant and scream spring! The shallow depth of field created a nice creamy background for your bud.
8. Judy Macedo – Another sign of spring! I like how you focused on the bud instead of the open flower in the background. You really made this shot your own.
9. Erin La Place – I love all the textures on this dandelion! Thank you so much for capturing them. I love how photos can capture things we would miss otherwise. The creek in the background creates a nice leading line and highlights the subject.
10. Karen Hamberger – This type of shot is definitely on my to-do list now! You really nailed this spider web shot! From the lighting, to the sunflare, to the angle, to the shadows…perfection!
11. Debbie Marker – The creamy bokeh makes this shot look like a painting! I love the color combinations. The green background makes the purple flower pop.
12. Vivian Clibon – I love the gold lighting in this photo and the little sun flares that you caught.
13. Gail Starr – I love how you highlighted the texture on the leaves in this shot. Your perspective is unique and so artistic. Way to take on this challenge!
14. Diana Uyder – I love when you share your puppy with us! You captured the textures of his fur nicely and the pop of his pink tongue against his white fur makes this shot.
15. Kari O’Gorman – Hopefully you are all thawed out by now and spring is coming your way!
Now that you’ve seen them, tell us which photograph is your favorite!
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