This is not a technique I employ often. Most of my photos are full of colour and I tend to focus in or crop my photos. I like the simplicity of isolating a subject and giving it space to stand out. Having said that, I struggled to find opportunities to make it work! Here are a couple, at least.
The first is in Hamilton airport. I waa sitting at the table hacking a coffee and liked the space the table created but also how it connected to the person waiting at the other end of the lounge.
I took this one as we ate lunch on the beach at Foxton. The seagulls were circling waiting for scraps.
I have downloaded an app to help me with this challenge. I really should start editing on my computer using Gimp but I’m intrinsically lazy. To do that I would need to make more of an effort. I am also madly busy at the moment with work and at the end of the day I don’t really want to sit at my computer again!
The challenge here was picking photos that had an interesting focus. Something that drew my eye. I’m still on the lookout as I am out and about but these are the offerings so far. Which is your pick?
Forsaken, forgotten, abandoned. I found this toy car left behind on a table in Hamilton Gardens on my run today. I wonder which wee one left it behind and is missing it?
This week was a technical challenge…bit of a problem as it’s difficult to zoom burst on a phone.
I tried taking a series of shots of a sunflower then overlaying them. It didn’t work.