Macro photography can be done without a macro lens. You just need to find a big enough subject. Percussionists have two guesses as to what the subject is for Week 12 of the Dogwood Photography Challenge.
Dogwood Photography Challenge Week 11
Composition: Negative Space
The void of outer space becomes negative compositional space in a photo of the Greene County Courthouse in Xenia, Ohio.
Akin to having to explain the punchline of a joke, selective color is the bane of many photographers’ existence. Others argue it is sometimes warranted, if done correctly. In this instance, a trio of crocus brighten an otherwise monotone scene in Week 10 of the Dogwood Photography Challenge.
The Lenten cross at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church becomes an entry into week 9 of the Dogwood Photography Challenge.
“And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”—Matthew 27:46 (KJV)
Dogwood Challenge Week 8
By varying the focal length during the long exposure the sensor captures a trails of light emanating from the color-changing LED in an aromatherapy oil diffuser to create a zoom burst.
Fill the Frame
Getting up close with the Sony 50mm f/1.8 and a mariachi sombrero’s ornate decorations to fill the frame for week seven of the 2018 Dogwood Photography Challenge.
Dogwood Photography Challenge: Week 6
Alternating patterns of light bring depth and rhythm to the pedestrian walkway across the Fishinger Road Bridge over the Scioto River at Griggs Reservoir.
Where do you grab a byte to eat?*
Week 5 Wildcard: Photographer’s Choice
There is nothing behind photo this but my quirky sense of humor. Literally, it’s a drive-by point-and-shoot—in full manual and RAW, of course. Techies and IT Pros should get it. English majors and punsters might groan. Since I’m a bit of both sides, I’m an oddball. *Huh?