Monday, March 10, 2014

{Photography} My Latest Photography Class

This past week's assignment in my Push Past Your Comfort Zone photography class was "Looking Beyond the Obvious".  The following photos are all SOOC (Straight Out Of The Camera), no editing.
 It's been a breath of fresh of air for me to take some non-people photos.

It's also been fun to find things that inspire me around the house.
 We're still supposed to keep composition in mind and what we want the viewer to see.
 This was one of my favorite subjects!
 I was practicing different settings for different results.
This one was just for fun and I was trying to capture some green bokeh in the background.
If you're looking to take your photography to the next level, I highly recommend Lisa!!
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camp and cottage living said...

I need this, for sure!
I like how you captured the waters flow...

Tamar SB said...

Mmm cantaloupe! (that's a hard word to spell, ha!)

Love the water flowing over the berries - gorgeous!

Bliss said...

I would like some melon and berries now please.

lindalou said...

I think the melon was my favorite. I am always wanting to improve my photography skills especially taking food photos.

Great job.

Dawn said...

That cantelope picture is one for framing!!

Creations By Cindy said...

Heather, you are doing wonderful with your photography. I love all the pictures and how you captured each one! Keep on keeping on girl! Trial and error will teach you bunches.Can't wait to see more pictures. Have a great day. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Becky said...

I love the water photo with berries! Looks like it should be on a Kohler commercial :)

Katie said...

I love all of these shots. Your photographer is awesome! The water and the green bokeh are amazing! I am going to look at her classes right now :)

Morgan said...

I really need to take a photography class. I know NOTHING about it. :( I have been wanting to do this for a while, but my work schedule has been so weird lately I feel like I can't commit to anything.

Your photographs are so beautiful and I love the colors you captured. The pictures of the water falling look so cool!

Jules said...

All great shots...I love the melon and the water shot with the blue colander!

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