These are just silly pics I had fun taking.
Photography by Gracie – © All rights reserved
(oops – lost the apples)
Posted by Gracie on December 28, 2006 in Art, Christmas, Gracie, Photography
Tags: Art, Gracie, Photography
December 29, 2006 at 12:47 am
Those aren’t silly at all. They’re well-composed and well-focused and pleasant to look at. I’m trying to improve my photography, which is good because there is so much room for improvement. I even bought an expensive camera to prove my dedication to the craft. Funny thing is, the camera has this irritating thing called a “manual” and I go to pieces at the mere thought of reading a manual.
December 29, 2006 at 1:42 am
Thank you, penseroso! I must admit it’s fun taking photos of every day items that normally don’t even get a second glance from us.
Kudos to you for investing in a new camera – I’m anxious to see more of your photos now that you’ve revealed this tid bit of info. Manuals of any kind always cause me to break out in a cold sweat so I understand completely.
December 29, 2006 at 7:29 am
fabulous photos! I love the way you are looking at objects now, unusual and away from routine!
Bravo girl! For your new photographic mind, I promise to celebrate it!
December 29, 2006 at 3:11 pm
I don’t agree that they are bad pictures. the apple photo is actually very interesting both in form and achieved colour range… and of course because i find those apples tasty, so that goes far beyond than any other aesthetic apreciation I can ever make: my beauty “logic” is confused by my taste and desire of eating the apples. 🙂
Wow, thank you, Suresh and Joao!
I really appreciate the feedback. 🙂
December 30, 2006 at 5:06 pm
I love the way that your photos relate to each other. Random stacking of organic fruit, symethrical arrangement of wine glasses. Both beautiful in composition.
December 30, 2006 at 7:04 pm
I also liked the one you did of the raindrop the other day. I’m very interested in close-ups and macrophotography (that’s what it’s called, but shouldn’t it be “microphotography”?).
I’ve done some photos of land- and cityscapes, buildings, people, the water and mountain views, but you can postcards of things like that. Searching out ordinary objects and making them look extraordinary, however, is what’s most interesting to me.
December 30, 2006 at 8:20 pm
Hey Natural High,
Thanks, it’s nice to see you back. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
Penseroso, I was thrilled to finally catch a raindrop since they happen to attract me for whatever reason. When do we get to see some of your photographs? (tapping foot)
Really, I bet your photos are lovely so please share them with us.
December 30, 2006 at 8:32 pm
I’ve got the link to my flickr photos at the bottom of my sidebar. There must be around 40 of them up there.
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