Scott has set up his 24th assignment.
Most of us are using digital cameras today – I think, and therefore nearly all photos are shot in color.
But try and have a look with your ‘luminance’ eyes, and see if the colors really makes the photo better.
The images I print are roughly 50-50 color or B&W.
These pictures were made in B&W because the colors didn’t add to the experience.
First a picture from a place that’s very ‘hot’ these days. The columns around sct.Peters Church in the Vactican State.
Playing in the streets for a coin or two. I gave a few for the posing.
Two friends having a good time together in Rome.
One of my favourites, which some of you might have seen before. This is Black and White.
Scott Thomas has given us his 23rd assignment: Winter.
I’ll write very short about my winter. Acording to the calendar, it covers December, January and February. I think it starts in the beginning of November when I have to leave home early in the morning, long before sunrise, and ends in the middle of March. These dark, cold and wet months is what we call winter. Personally I’m not very fond of it!
After the dark n wet start we usually get frost and snow. Not that I like snow – is has to be removed from the pathways. But the snow gives LIGHT. Bright light in the daytime and enough light at night for seeing outside.
Let me show you a couple of images from my local area:
And if the light isn’t enough to cheer me up, there’s the grandchildren. Fortunately I just have a picture so that you can see the two youngest members of the family:
Now I’m 5 weeks old. The sun is shining and my mum is taking pictures.
The blue hour in the southern part of Copenhagens harbor.
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This 21th assignment from Scott is the end of an all too short summer.
We have had a summer with weather covering most of the spectrum. Heavy storms and freezing temperatures excluded.
I’m not dissapointed.
But it’s not weather for Frida playing in the garden. Neither for bathing in the sea. (Click on the image for a larger version)
From the Castle of Prague. Click for larger version.
Summer holidays are finished soon.
This view of the alps was shot on our vacation to Italy. Click on the image for a larger version.
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Scott Thomas’ 20th assignment on motion photography is a real challenge.
Maybe this is not exactly what Scott meant, but it is frozen motion in motion.
Inspired by Scotts stormtroopers.
-And my first attempt writing a post on iPad with the new WordPress app.