Raj says, “…we should always ask one important question to ourselves before we click that shutter… ‘Why should I click this picture?’ ” For Photo Lesson 2, he suggests, “Before you click always imagine a finished photograph what you are going to create. Think about it, ask a question, is this going to be an unique photo I am going to be taking?” He also provides numbers of photos explaining how and why.
Here are the two photos for the Photo Lesson 2 project.
#1: I have visited this park many times. I can remember every spot in this 8+ mile trail. That day, I saw this spot under soft morning light, where trees/grass were refreshing after light rain, and I thought I was in a place that I had never seen before. To me, the photographing experience was delightful.
#2: I like to visit the ranch to take photos of horses. This photo is different from other horse photos I have taken due to the angle. It was wonderful to get a close capture of his/her gentle content look.
The first one was taken with iPhone and processed with filters. The second one was with Canon 7D II, made basic edit through Lr.
The idea of Xdrive Photo Lesson is something I have hoped for — a place where we can get feedback and learn together as a community. So, I was thrilled when I saw Photo lessons 1 and 2 showing on my Reader.
Raj also reminds us, “Although these lessons are geared towards newbies, expert photographers also welcomed hearty. I need to learn too! There are no teachers here everyone is learning.” Click to find out more …
Thank you so much, Raj! Looking forward to hearing from you. 🙂
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For Debbie’s One Word Sunday for this week is underfoot. Her beautiful photo of Berlin street reminded me this beautiful narrow street I captured in Seville in 2014. The street was busy throughout the day. On my last day in Seville, I got up early in the morning (before 7 am breakfast was served) and went straightly to the street with my camera, I was the only person walking there, happily took this shot. 🙂