In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
Going to the boathouse for the Winter in Charlevoix, Michigan
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
–Dr. Wayne Dyer
–More about Dr. Wayne Dyer at drwaynedyer.com/blog/success-secrets/
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Photography by Meyer Clark Studio 2015
Photography Class – Day Nine
Theme: Warmth & the Quality of Light.
Photography means “drawing with light,” and when you snap a picture with your camera, you use and record light to create an image. When we’re out and about, we use the sun — our most abundant light source — to capture our scenes.
Photo by Tresa Meyer Clark
March 12, 2015
Today was a sunny day in southern Michigan, but all the pretty snow is starting to melt now, and it’s not as picturesque as I would prefer. (bummer). So going back to last Fall seemed perfect…
I always enjoy going for a walk in late afternoon with Mom. This day was perfect for capturing the light in a nature photograph. The sun painted an amazing warmth on the amber-colored leaves. The shadows are in higher contrast in this photo of the old tree. The crooked branches became more pronounced, more dramatic, and rich on the stunning blue background with soft pink clouds. The primary colors in this scene drew me in…I soaked up the moment…and the sun.
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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Scale.”