My photography lessons are drawing to a close (second-last one tomorrow), and I've yet to really post anything about them. For the first few weeks of lessons, I was a bit bored and frustrated, as I felt like I already knew most of what was being covered. Over the past few weeks, however, we've been venturing into new territory for me, and I regularly find myself thinking "Dammit, I wish I had known that when I got my camera!". I'm finally beginning to see the creative potential of my camera and to figure out how to fix some of the problems that frustrate me with my photos. Like snow not appearing white enough, which is definitely a common problem this winter*.
In putting together my photos for my class tomorrow, I'm finding that I actually like quite a few of them, and it makes me want to share. So here, for your viewing pleasure, are my three photos for the week.
A photo of a white object on a white background:
A photo with a single dominant colour:
A photo with a dominant and an accent colour.
I still have so much to learn and so far to go, but it's nice to see progress. If only I could quit my job for a few months and focus on this full-time. Anyone want to gift me a large sum of money?
*This fricking cold, driving my slightly batty, refusing to ever end winter.