Phoneography: Nature (Trees)

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In this week’s tips of the week, Sally explains the high-key and low-key photography, “My last three posts have shown high-key photographs, which eliminate background and details to focus on the subject that is surrounded by white space. It uses bright lighting to lure the viewer. As you would surmise, low-key photography is the opposite. It reduces the light, giving the subject a black background that makes an almost über-dramatic scene. the difference between high- and low-key photography is the opposite. It reduces the light, giving the subject a black background that makes an almost über-dramatic scene.”

Thank you, Sally! Please visit her Lens and Pens to view her beautiful Old-Fashion White Bleeding Hearts phoneography.

Happy Tuesday! 🙂

38 thoughts on “Phoneography: Nature (Trees)

  1. Pingback: Phoneography and the Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Nature (Old-Fashion White Bleeding Hearts) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  2. I like your pic here and I have enjoyed sally’s tips this week – and from the reader, I thought this was a flower of baby’s breathe – to then see the tree – nice job.

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      • ha – yes, lots of changes – but part of it is just trying to beef up my online security – which I know is sometimes out of our hands – but those sneaky little hackers…..

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          • well I do not think the gravatar has anything to do with security – even though I did hear that hackers found a way into some blogs through the comment sections, but guess that was fixed and was not a threat to all wp blogs. anyhow, when I was beefing up my security – it just involved changing things like passwords and username = which then changes the gravatar until you set it back – and so that is how all the other changes seemed to trickle – but can;t be toto worried about stuff like that – at the end of the day just have to trust God for protection in all areas… use wisdom, lock the doors, and practice online safety, but also not worry too much, ya know?

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