This is my entry for Brenda’s A Photo Study: Contemplative Photography XI – Patterns of Light, which was posted on Nov. 10, 2018.
On her post, Brenda wrote, “I found that this exercise “seeing patterns of light” was a bit of a challenge for as I was more drawn towards patterns created by shadows. Therefore, while on a photo walk, I found that when I connected with light, I had to actually stop and question, “is this a light pattern or a shadow pattern?”
Now, I started asking myself the same question: “is this a light pattern or a shadow pattern?” — A question that has never came to my mind in the past, that is.
(Halifax Titanic Cemeteries)
After staring at many photos and giving a lot of thoughts on this subject, I think it has a lot to do with which pattern (light pattern or shadow pattern) is the dominating pattern in the photo. Yes?
It’s not a secret that I enjoy reading/studying/contemplating Brenda’s A Photo Study. I haven’t done it as often as I like to because, to be honest, some are too advanced for me (ha ha), and some require more time than I have had. Hopefully I will catch up a little in this year. And, again, thank you, Brenda.
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