52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 6 | Artistic: Candy
“WEEK 6: Artistic: Candy: Your artistic interpretation this week should be inspired by something sweet. Therefore, a great chance to play with macro photography.”
So problem number 1: I don’t have a macro lens. And my 50mm will definitely not focus near enough. So let’s just keep this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 6 to artistic and candy and sweet.
Since I don’t have a macro lens to play with, and the main subject is artistic. I didn’t want to take random pictures of something sweet. And it was really hard coming up with an artistic approach to it. Furthermore, in all of the Artistic section of this challenge, you can take the theme literally or figuratively. And I chose the later.
So here is my “artistic” take on candy = the summer skies. Which by the colors and the clouds look like cotton candy!
52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 5 | Landscape: Black and White
“WEEK 4: Landscape: Black and White: Look for a scene with great contrast that will make a great black and white.”
It’s been almost 2 months since I came back from a 6-day trip to Berlin. I will explain more on Wednesday’s post. And I’ll share some photos from the trip there! Stay tuned because I made that post a little bit different than usual, so please let me know if you’ve liked it when you read it in the comments.
52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 4 | Portrait: Headshot
“WEEK 4: Portrait: Headshot:You shot a selfie, so now shoot a “selfie” of someone else!”
Featuring this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 4… drums… My boyfriend!
I hereby officially introduce you to my snow-skinned, messy haired, hazel eyed and full of freckles partner in crime; Nico. In the background cool walls of Gracia, again.
I live near Gracia, can you tell? Besides, I would come here even if I didn’t live close by because I love these streets so much! The general mood is so artsy and young and alternative. It’s perfect for photos! And you know who’s not perfect for photos? My boyfriend. He’s so impatient and can’t stay put. It was hard work Y’all. But I did the best that I could.
Among all niches of photography, my favorite has to be fashion photography. So it’s obvious that I follow a lot of fashion photographers for inspiration.
Besides taking a lot of online courses, and seriously considering starting a Master’s Degree in Fashion Photography this upcoming September. The majority of the things I’ve learned about photography throughout the years has been thanks to Youtube.
There are a lot of professional photographers that post continuous content about their real life jobs on Youtube. Providing insider tips and tricks. Experiences. Reviews. Etc.
I have learned a lot from them. And not only with fashion photographers. I’ve learned a lot of tricks thanks to Peter Mckinnon for example, which is more of a city and landscape photographer. But most of all a cinematographer.
But in this post, I wanted to share with you my favorite fashion photographers on Youtube. First of all, because they are amazing photographers and you can learn a lot from them. And because it’s free education at the end of the day.