Tuesday, June 9, 2015

52 Weeks of creative exposure - week 22 -23

#StillLifePhotography #Photography #SimiJoisPhotography #Nature #Summer2015
#StillLifePhotography #Photography #SimiJoisPhotography #Nature #Summer2015

Last week I was not able to post any recipes as I was neck deep in work, same this week too. I think I need to take some time off and rejuvenate myself.  I will be in hibernation mode for a month at least, so I can comeback with some new ideas and get inspired and hopefully be able to share it with you guys.

Here is my experimentation with abstract photography. The first image is a long exposure of a dropping leaf. I am still playing around and learning. Photography is really not about capturing the obvious, I am trying to break free from a boxed mindset of coloring inside the lines, hope the break helps.

Hope you guys have a wonderful summer and I promise to get back before summer is over. Lots of love.


#StillLifePhotography #Photography #SimiJoisPhotography #Nature #Summer2015


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4 comments:

  1. Those were some amazing shots !!

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  2. I love the mood of the image with the flowers and the leaf took my breath away… Without reading first that it actually was a dropping leaf and without understanding the technique I was thinking about why I felt so enchanted. The best answer I'm able to come up with after reading the explanation is that you really captured a fleeting moment, something that just popped in and out of existence, something veiled in mystery. Beautiful.

    I also like what you say about photography not being about capturing the obvious, that's true and something I need to work on… harder.

    Enjoy the summer and the break!

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  3. Gorgeous Clicks and the first one just amazing..

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