“The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realize, the less I know.” —Michel Legrand
A dear friend of mine invited me to participate in a 52-week photo challenge and I happily agreed. Each week a different aspect of photography will be explored. I’m excited to play along and hopefully learn as I do.
This week we were asked to feature a silhouette. As it’s been raining and stormy outside, I did my best to use a sliver of sunlight to backlight some trees and birds. I’m not sure these are successful, but I had fun trying. As I can only submit one photo to the challenge, I’d love to know which of these is your favorite.
Thanks as always for cheering me on and have a wonderful day!
- Photos were taken with an Olympus OM-D and edited with ON1 Photo RAW
Week One’s assignment was to create an image that shows bokeh or shallow depth of field. I used the freeway image from Stormy Downtown Sacramento as my first submission. It wasn’t my best bokeh shot ever, but I’m trying to stick to photos taken within the week of the challenge.
Finally, my camellia has its first baby bloom and it’s too adorable not to share.
- If you want to join the 52 Photo Challenge, you can find all the information at nicolesy.com.