I made this holiday greeting card after practicing with the concept of macro shots for Julie’s Sunday Stills challenge. The topic of Julie’s Week 3 Sunday Stills challenge was macro. So, using my iphone camera and the macro setting in Camera+, I took 3 little blocks and photographed them at different distances from the camera.
I need to go back and review Julie’s lesson. I changed my distances even though my phone app had a macro setting. Is that right? I tried to use the touch zoom feature but it seemed easier just to move closer. I also have a macro feature on my point and shoot camera with a zoom lens. But I was having trouble focusing; I do think the low lighting was a factor. My camera has a manual setting option, but I have yet to come close to figuring it out. For now, I’m hoping to learn concepts that can be applied to my simple photography.
As assigned, I selected one of the images as seen below.
Then I fashioned it into a holiday card by adding text and a old-timey frame!
And, as you saw in the first blog photo, I added a little teddy bear into a shot to see how it would look. It may break the rule of having an odd number of items for a still life shot, but I think it’s cute!
Happy Holidays from me to you!
Posted on December 11, 2018, in Joy, My Sunday Stills, Observations, Photography and tagged #mysundaystills, blocks, Christmas, holiday, joy, macro photography, My Sunday Stills, Old-timey, teddy bear. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.