Brenda’s Photo Study: Variations

This is my entry for Brenda’s A Photo Study: Variation.

Brenda’s second article, “Variation”, in her contemplative Photography series was posted on June, 8. For this photo study, Brenda borrowed Ted Forbes’ photo assignment, asking us to create 10 images of one subject.

Here we go… 10 images of one subject.

My daughter brought this little guy home from Denmark as a gift for her dad, but I have more fun playing with it than he does.

I admit that this is probably an easy subject to work with. Looking at that face, I just couldn’t stop clicking? 😉

Thanks, Brenda, for another good article!

Thanks for visiting my blog.


About Helen C

A retired computer programmer who loves writing and photographing, and has managed to publish a YA novel "Jin-Ling’s Two Left".
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19 Responses to Brenda’s Photo Study: Variations

  1. Prior... says:

    just keep smiling as I leave this post – maybe my tenth smile////

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  2. Raj says:

    Great try once again Helen. I think if you look at him for about a minute as soon as you wake up every day… You will be happier throughout the day! Guaranteed. 🙂

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  3. brenda says:

    I love how this toy’s smile brings out my own smile. And, I think it winked at me in the third image. Anyway, the way the light is reflected in one eye creates a wink in the other. 😉 😉 Creativity with the light and shadows in the last three images, interesting.

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  4. Rupali says:

    Such a lovely gift and I like the photo series.

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  5. It is a beautiful sequence Helen!!!

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  6. serendipity says:

    Looking at this little guy really makes you want to smile!

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  7. Mother Hen says:

    I like the blurry one on it’s back..Looks like he is laughing.. Very cute!

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