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Brenda’s A Photo Study: High-Angle Photography

Continue on Brenda’s A Photo Study. Today I am working on High-Angle Photography. First, I want to let you know that I am going to take a 3-4 week break from blogging. If this week’s Lens-Artists challenge is not too … Continue reading

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Brenda’s A Photo Study: CONTEMPLATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY VIII – TEXTURE

Continue on Brenda’s A Photo Study. Today I am working on CONTEMPLATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY VIII – TEXTURE. Texture is one of those things that I thought I knew what it was, and never bothered to find out more. I started preparing … Continue reading

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Brenda’s A Photo Study: A Color Primary

I found treasures in Brenda’s A Photo Study: A Color Primary! I mean other than Brenda’s usual wonderful writing, that is. Let me give you 3: 1. I love David M. Kessler’s Simple Color System! I have seen several color … Continue reading

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Brenda’s A Photo Study: Light

Brenda, in her A Photo Study: Light article, said, “Today’s blog which is being guided by H Zehr’s, discussion of light (The Little Book of Contemplative Photography) has suggested to me that an effective study guide of photography should introduce … Continue reading

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Brenda’s Photo Study: Contemplative Photography XI – Patterns of Light

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 … Continue reading

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Brenda’s Photo Study: Contemplative Photography I

This is my entry for Brenda’s A Photo Study: Contemplative Photography I, which was posted on June 23. Brenda started this article with a quote from John F Simon, Jr (Drawing your own Path). “The object is of secondary importance … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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