Time for a catch up on my progress in the Dogwood 52 challenge. I have been taking the photos…just not had the time to blog about it having been very busy with the Etsy Resolution programme.
The photo above was my selected photo for week 5 Black and White Landscape. I love black and white photography so was really looking forward to this week. The weather was (yet again) terrible here in Cumbria and my potential ideas for photos didn’t happen. In the end I took this one on a stroll to my local tearooms where I take my work sometimes for a change of scenery.
Week 4 was a headshot portrait. I really don’t like taking photos of people and as a result I am not too great at it. This photo was a little bit of a ‘just get something done’ type of photo – still I did learn from it and I suppose that is the point of taking part in this challenge.
I am still waiting for inspiration to strike for week 6: Candy. There was so many brilliant ideas and photos appearing on the Facebook group – everything I thought seemed rubbish in comparison. So I have put that one on the back burner for now to come back to later.
The challenge for week 7 was a faceless portrait to show the story of someone or something without showing their face. Unlike last week, I had an idea this week which I was rather pleased with. I played around with flash lighting this week and although maybe my idea was better than the execution, I am still pleased with my photo this week.
And so I am up to date with my Dogwood photos on the blog! (lets ignore week 6 for now…and the current week…)