Tuesday, January 13, 2015

52 weeks of creative exposure #Week2

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Am loving every bit of #52 weeks of creative exposure.  Unlike the 365 day project where I had committed on creating an image every day, this is not stressful, you have a week to ponder, think, chew on an idea before you come up with an image. But I think am being repetitive in my creativity. I need to get out of the box, get some fresh air and think with an open mind. The above image is a food abstract. While I am happy with the composition, I am not too happy with the light, I feel I am repeating my style of dramatic light. I know I can push myself, but I don’t know how, kind of feels like groping in the dark. It’s hard with creativity, it’s not like a technical skill, which can be acquired by reading. How do you really challenge your creative mind, push yourself to take the leap to the next level. Again am certainly not bored, am digging this, but am not moving forward.  I would love some recommendations.

I could not stop myself with one image, played around with lots more and here you go, some eye candy for you guys.

About the tutorials, they are work in progress I promise, am not a fast worker, I like to chew on an idea before I throw it out for general consumption. But it will be there and am working on composition right now, as requested by many of you.

I would love to know which one is your favorite from this set, this will help me get better. Thanks guys !
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 The long winder shadows tickled me to create these 2 images of white and aubergine and white props on white background.
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#52WeeksOfCreativeExposure #SimiJois #Photography #CreativeLearning


#52WeeksOfCreativeExposure #SimiJois #Photography #CreativeLearning
#52WeeksOfCreativeExposure #SimiJois #Photography #CreativeLearning

#52WeeksOfCreativeExposure #SimiJois #Photography #CreativeLearning

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8 comments:

  1. Fabulous! I love that 5th photo.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. Love all, the best one is the white props :)

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  3. wow fantastic exposures and wonderful photography done as usual :)

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  4. Splendid images - work of a creative artist.

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  5. Very interesting photos and frankly I like them all. The light play on the white table setting made me stop and study
    it---looking for patterns I might have missed. I think the first click gets my vote. As much as I like the 5th click version's collection of objects. I thought the first click's utter simplicity enhanced the breathtaking richness of the colors without distracting my eye with extra objects.

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