P52:16 | Street Photography
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P52:16 | Street Photography

This week’s P52 prompt was Street Photography. Now, I am very much an introvert. Street photography scares me to death. Unfortunately, this week has also been incredibly rainy. The few opportunities I had to get out of the house, it was pouring. So I had to break down & use a shot from the archives….

Macro Monday
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Macro Monday

We’ve had a lot of rain lately. According to the local meteorologist, this is the 5th rainiest April ever recorded for our area. And we aren’t finished yet. I woke up this morning to the sound of a summer thunderstorm rolling through, & there is more rain in the forecast for the coming week. Lucky for…

P52:15 | Photographer’s Choice
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P52:15 | Photographer’s Choice

It’s been a few weeks since I posted a P52 image – we have had a lot going on, & I am behind on everything! I mentioned in my last post that, in addition to my new macro lens, I was getting some off-camera flash equipment for my birthday. Studio lighting is something that, for…

Macro . . . um, Wednesday?
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Macro . . . um, Wednesday?

So I know a lot of photographers do a regular Macro Monday post, but since my first macro lens just came on Monday afternoon, I’m a little tardy to the party this week. Story of my life. But, I’ve been having so much fun playing with my new lens that I wanted to share a…

P52:12 | Centered Composition
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P52:12 | Centered Composition

This week has been crazy! I took the kids to my parents’ house to spend the week while I went to a home school convention with a friend for 3 days. After 2 1/2 hours to their house, 2 1/2 back to mine, up at 6 every morning for the 45 minute drive to the…

P52:11 | Negative Space
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P52:11 | Negative Space

It’s P52 time again! This week’s theme was Negative Space.  I love photographs that incorporate negative space, which is essentially the opposite of filling the frame. When you incorporate negative space into an image, you often leave a large area of the frame empty. That isn’t always the case, as you could fill the frame…