Sunday, January 17, 2010

Week in Review

Now that school is back in session, between teaching during the day and then virtually at night, I just can't find the time to upload my photos each day as I did over our break. So, I'll be posting them as a week in review.

A picture of my favorite room in the house, my studio.

I had read somewhere that if you wanted to pick up the curvature of something to find the straight line and use that as the edge of your photo. I did that here, but I'm not too sure how successful it was in relaying the curve of my storage unit. What do you think, can you tell?
Sadly enough, by the time I realized I hadn't taken a picture on this day it was the next morning. I think from now on, I'll grab my camera as soon as I arrive home from school so I don't get sidetracked and forget.

Again, trying to pick up the shape of an object. This is my ab machine and the curves are really defined, which is what I was after in my image.
Here is another shot I thought may work.


Keeping the same theme: shape. This is on my dining room table. It is a glass container that I fill with potpourri. My focus again was the shape of the glass container, imagine my surprise when I first saw how beautiful the flower looked in this shot. I just love it!

These were my beautiful tulips right before their petals began to fall on my table. I saw how gorgeous they looked with the light coming in from the window that I couldn't resist snapping these. I couldn't choose just one to share with you, so I've posted them both for your enjoyment.
As I was grabbing my camera yesterday, I spied this in my line of vision. Any guesses as to what these are?

Today it's actually warmer and sunny outside, so I decided to venture out for my photography. Since all the pups wanted to go out as well, I found this on my side yard in my husband's pile of scraps from his shop.

The bent metal caught my eye; I find it to be very interesting.

That's it for this week's photos in review. I hope you're still picking up your camera and capturing that shot which could become a memory of a lifetime.


senovia said...

Lovely shots. TFS.

Niki said...

Jan, these are some fabulous photos! Thank you for sharing them with us and getting me inspired!

Angela J. Prieto said...

Awesome shots Jan! I love the flower in the glass jar.

BethieJ said...

Jan all your photos are FABULOUS!!!! Your doing GREAT on the 365!!!

Tere said...

Awesome pictures.
I also love the flowerin the glass container.