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Showcase Your Subject (Part 2)
Hello, Friends! I am sorry for the long absence. We have been busy getting our farm ready to begin a horse boarding business. We hope to open our doors this Fall. Wish us luck! Now, let's get back to meditative photography.  In my last post, in order to sho...
Showcase Your Subject (Part 2)
Showcase Your Subject (Part 2)
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Meditative Photography - Showcase Your Subject (Part 1)
To draw attention to your subject, let it shine against a  background that is either blurry or one that has a neutral, dark, or contrasting color. Make sure that your background is free of clutter. The photos in this post have either a blurry, neutral or da...
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Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 5)
Eye Contact Eye contact is the most powerful and intimate way to draw your viewer into your photo.  In the photo below, the little girl's eyes immediately draw us in. Her smile and relaxed but somewhat shy posture suggest an invitation for us to come closer...
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 5)
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 5)
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Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 4)
FRAMING Framing within your image can add depth.  The window inside an old temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia, in the photograph below, provides a strong frame for the scene outside, helping the eye to compute depth. An Ancient Temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia In t...
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 4)
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 4)
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Christa atCedarmereFarm commented on a post on Blogger.
What I like the most when I travel is to eat at a local restaurant and sit around to people watch. You can learn so much about a country and its people doing that.
Sicily 3: Cefalù [Sky Watch Friday]
Sicily 3: Cefalù [Sky Watch Friday]
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Christa atCedarmereFarm commented on a post on Blogger.
What a gorgeous duck! He does look super happy. Your photos are outstanding. It’s terrible that people stole your photos for their personal use. Your watermark is big but it does not interfere with your images.
The Happy Duck
The Happy Duck
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Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 3)
Our eyes see three dimensions, but our camera can only capture two-dimensional images. A three dimensional image is more pleasing to the eye. Thankfully, there are many ways to create depth in an image. I n my last two posts ( part 1 & part 2 ), I wrote abo...
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 3)
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 3)
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Christa atCedarmereFarm commented on a post on Blogger.
I LOVE your photos of the bridge! They are gorgeous. Lucky Ms Sarah Duke! Spring has already arrived for her. Our gardens in Virginia are still hiding under our cold winter weather. I can’t wait for spring to come to Virginia. Have a nice week Sue. Christa
Springtime at Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Springtime at Sarah P. Duke Gardens
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Christa atCedarmereFarm commented on a post on Blogger.
WOW!!! It’s amazing how talented they were. Thanks for sharing your trip Stan. Christa
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Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 2)
                                                                                        In my last post , you saw that one way to create depth is to divide your photo into three horizontal sections: foreground, middle ground, and background. In this post, I...
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 2)
Meditative Photography -- 3-D (part 2)
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