Pick out JUST ONE of a lineup, where objects you love are concerned. Getting an entire shot of ‘em isn’t always as intriguing as getting one or two, closeup.
Focus in on them.
Maybe let them give off a mysterious vibe.
I mean, they’re giant puff balls. I could have made them look cuddly and soft.
But instead of making them look ‘cute’, I added drama and made ’em bold.
I photographed these gigantic dandelions
while on a walk with my family, in Boston. I was up there at a conference (yearly gig as guest faculty at the Harvard Writer’s Conference) in which I dole out lots and lots of advice, to healthcare professionals who look to write, and then spread it online.
This year’s gig was canceled, sadly. Because COVID broke out.
But I still have these gorgeous flowers as memory of conferences past.
I’m looking to still bring lessons to life, despite the many cancellations of conferences and live workshops I planned to make. Because, hey, it’s social media. We can still make things happen!iPhotography Idea: Pick out JUST ONE of a lineup, where objects you love are concerned. Getting an entire shot of ‘em isn’t always as intriguing as getting one or two, closeup. Click To Tweet
Speaking of flowers –
someone on Twitter tweeted out asking what the most unsettling film we’ve ever seen was.
My answer, while certainly not the MOST unsettling choice out there, still left its mark on me, since watching it as a child.
Flowers in the Attic.