Lens Artists Photo Challenge #62– Silhouette (09/08/2019)

Patti (pilotfishblog.com) hosts this week’s photo challenge–Silhouette.

A photographer explains, “As long as the source of light is located behind your photography subject, the subject stays in shadow and automatically turns into a silhouette when you take a photo.”

The images below was captured in 2015. Back then, I set my camera (Canon EOS Rebel) on auto day and night.

These two image below are more recent silhouette shots, were captured with the aperture priority using Canon 7dii and the18-300 mm lens:

Kauai, 2018

Thanks to Patti for this beautiful theme. Click here to visit Patti’s silhouette photos. We are looking forward to seeing your silhouette photos.

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Erie Lake, Oh 2019

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for sharing your beautiful “framing the shots” during the week of August 25th. I have enjoyed visiting hundreds of creative photos and many wonderful stories. Your creative photography techniques have taken framing photos to new heights, and have taught me a great photography lesson. I can’t thank you enough. 🙂

I’m on the road again, will reply your comment and visit your post when wifi is available.

Stay tuned for Ann-Christine’s Photo Challenge #63 on September 14. 

96 thoughts on “Lens Artists Photo Challenge #62– Silhouette (09/08/2019)

  1. I like how you change you camera settings so you can get different result for a photo. When you talk about framed photos, I like how you get a shot when the people who are standing on the rock are blacked out. That blacked out effect kinda makes the colors pop out more in the photo. I also like how in most of your photo as you look up you can see different shades of colors, this kinds makes a layers of colors theme in each photo.

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  2. I like how you change you camera settings so you can get different result for a photo. When you talk about framed photos, I like how you get a shot when the people who are standing on the rock are blacked out. That blacked out effect kinda makes the colors pop out more in the photo. I also like how in most of your photo as you look up you can see different shades of colors, this kinds makes a layers of colors theme in each photo.

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  3. I like how in these photo you mess around with your settings in your camera to on different results for your photos. When you mention framing photos, I like how in that photo you black out the people standing on the rock, it kinda makes a cool effect to to photo by making the other colors of the sun pop out more. When you look at most of the photos, I love how as you look higher you can see how the colors change as if there where layers to the sky.

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  4. The sunset colors you’ve captured are gorgeous! An absolutely beautiful post, Amy. I also love your words of thanks to our followers. I will also do that in my next post. It’s important to note that we’re learning from each other!

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