Well, a few weeks ago, I did a post about being invited to display some photos in a local Winter Photofest. I looked at my photos, chose some I liked, did some editing, printed some, did some more editing, and printed the sizes I want. Today I got all three of them framed and/or matted. I am displaying one as a 4x6, one as a 5x7, and one as a 8x10.
I took a picture of the framed, matted 4x6 and the framed 8x10 so you can all see the finished product. :)
Almost any small object can fascinate me, if I am taking pictures of the object. :) The other day, I was at a friends house, and we were taking pictures late, late at night, while we were eating cheerios. Naturally...cheerios ended up in our photos. I was explaining to her (a new photographer) about planes, and how focal points really often are really more like a focal plane. I generally consider this shallow depth of field like focusing on a 'slice' of my 3-D setting. So a 'slice' of my picture is in focus. This changes depending on the angle you are coming from...
So here's a few random, fun, cheerio pictures my friend and I took.
I was invited to display three of my photos at the BrickStreet Market for their Winter Photo Fest. Here are the ones I am most likely going to choose from. Winter photos can show such beauty, yet they are often hard to capture.