Lost In The Details

Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost In The Details

Sometimes textures and colors in photos are lost simply because we’ve not gotten close enough to our subject to capture them. Rick Diffley is a macro photographer and writes a photography teaching blog. His post on this challenge is particularly helpful for the subject of capturing details: http://www.rickdiffleyphotography.com/2013/03/03/word-press-weekly-photo-challenge-lost-in-details-how-to-shoot-macro-images/

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Each week WordPress.com provides a theme for creative inspiration. The challenge is for me to upload my photo(s) based on my interpretation of the theme and post them to my blog. If you want to see what fellow bloggers are posting for their photo challenges, just click the links below or go to http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/weekly-photo-challenge-lost-in-the-details/

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12 Responses to “Lost In The Details”

  1. Madhu

    Wonderful close ups! Are those colours natural??? Love the new look and profile picture Becky 🙂

    Reply
    • woven decor

      Madhu, the pictures are older and had to be scanned. I had to clean the dust and scratches off of them and I emphasized the coloring on the pair. The single fella with the long neck is pretty close other than brightening him up a bit. Thank you for commenting on the new look. I always appreciate your kind words.

      Reply
  2. Chris

    I love turtles – what a wrinkly neck! Thanks for the link to Rick Diffley’s site as well. Marco photography is great.

    Reply

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