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Neodigital Art | Update 29


Church

This photograph didn’t quite work. The trees don’t look right! I have got most of the church on a panoramic photograph though. I did it by taking video footage and panning across the church and then I use Microsoft ICE to stitch all the frames together into a panoramic photograph! It’s not bad though, I’ll try to get the steeple on next time!

 

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PARK 011

This is a nice picture with the Autumn colours, but the addition of something in the foreground and it could be better…

PARK 012

I didn’t want the green box but had to accept it! This photograph is virtually the same but I included a bit of tree and that green box!

PARK 016

There is nothing in the foreground in this photograph but it still works because the positioning of the trees gives the picture depth. I think the colours of Autumn and the sun shining from the south across the park gives a nice picture. The park is a Victorian park and I’ll use more pictures taken there next week!

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Wolverhampton 091

I uploaded some photographs to Facebook on Sunday and this was one of the more popular ones. My photographs are public on Facebook, so if you would like to see them just click the link to my Facebook page. There are a lot of them and it’s a little confusing because you click next to view the previous picture and previous to the next picture!

I think I’ll use photographs of buildings next week because I took a lot of Victorian farm buildings yesterday. I shot 150 photographs over the weekend and some video footages, so have a few to last a week!

There are more blogs on the Home Page. You might also like yesterday’s Monday Ramble | Photography, that also featured photographs from the weekend. 

8 responses

  1. Mike, I like the trees in the first picture – especially the one on the right. I understand what you mean, but I do think that the light coming through is stunning.

    I have a friend who always takes a teddy bear on a photo trip. When something like the above box rears it’s head it becomes a seat for the teddy, who is then the star of the shot!

    25, October 2011 at 10:02 am

    • I thought of putting a gnome into shots! lol. The light is often good in winter in between the dark days.

      25, October 2011 at 11:06 am

  2. Hi Mike,

    It sure is nice visiting your blog, and these pictures look great- especially the one with the shade and autumn peeping through the trees!

    25, October 2011 at 1:07 pm

    • Hi Harleena,

      I’m getting more approval of my photography than my writing! 🙂 I think both improves all the time though. The light now is very different from the summer; a very cool light. I hope to take more photos before the dark dull days of winter are upon us! The sun seems lower in the sky at midday and so there are more shadows.

      Thanks for visiting, I hope you come back.

      25, October 2011 at 1:31 pm

  3. I think my favorite is the trees with the shadows, though I like them all. Even the green box is powerful. I like the first picture too because it’s artistic.

    Your writing is engaging and disappears into the background, giving importance to the topic. It’s the way writing was meant to be. But I would expect nothing less from an Englishman! 🙂

    26, October 2011 at 1:28 am

  4. Hi Carolyn,

    Did you go for something to eat after reading about food and come back? lol

    That first picture is difficult, it’s good because I got the whole church on nearly but the tree to the right isn’t quite right!

    I find some writing styles pretentious and I think some writers are very narcissistic, I try to keep it simple. I think we have to keep in mind that our readers are very diverse, some lack education and some are very educated. I don’t think we should talk down to them or pander to the lowest form of culture but explain concepts simply. I dislike it when long words are used in an attempt to make the writer look clever. I stop reading if I have to look something up twice; especially acronyms!

    Thanks for the visit. I’m never too sure about my pictures and so need all the support I can get! 🙂

    26, October 2011 at 8:46 am

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