I have signed up to commit to a photo a week per the prompts of https://52frames.com/ – each week the photographers are given a prompt of a type of photo to take. Below are the photos I have taken so far per these prompts. My profile can be found at https://52fram.es/huntzhogz to view comments I receive.
Norseman statue by Mark Gale, Poulsbo, WAChallenge this week is black and white. I lit this statue early evening using 2x Godox AD200. Power lines removed in post.
Greeter - Wings Over WashingtonWeek 4 submission is "Portrait of a Stranger" - here I met a greeter for "Wings Over Washington" exhibition in Seattle who was very willing to pose for my photo.
Hobby: DJI Mavic 3 CineWeek 3 challenge is to highlight a hobby. One of my hobbies that lead to my interest in photography is flying my drone. I'm on my 3rd DJI drone, the "Mavic 3 cine" a perfect general purpose workhorse for everything I like to do.
Self PortraitThe prompt was to take a self-portrait. My creative approach was to first take a self portrait using a timer, then a picture of one of my drones, then combine the two together.
Low Key Keyboard Low KeysThe prompt was to redo any of the previous prompts of 2022. I picked the "Low Key" prompt, and took a creative approach as my first picture.
Blur the Action: Kingston FerryThe prompt was to show action through camera blur. This picture conveys a ferry crossing the water to arrive at a dock.
This photo is actually a composition of 45 individual photos, each with 4s exposure, taken one after another. Most of the photos were merged together in Photoshop. The "final" photo (actually first photo as ferry was really departing) was applied with a gradient filter to bring clarity to the dock and provide greater emphasis. The foreground grass was a happy accident.
This weekend was the KCYC Port Townsend trip. Here’s a selection of boats and other interests from the trip. Weather was beautiful. Friday night in particular, there was minimal haze giving a very clear view Read more…
This tree, “Tree of Life” aka “Tree Root Cave” has amazingly viewable roots “seemingly supplying the tree with life despite having no soil” so named because it appears to be immortal. https://www.thekalalochlodge.com/explore/olympic-national-park/tree-of-life