Another month has come to a close, and we are still no closer to spring here in Prince George. I guess I should be grateful because it’s given me lots of time to work on my website, edit photos and work through some learning resources, but in all honesty, I’m ready for warmer weather, being able to see my lawn, and having the opportunity to get out and explore some new places with my camera (without needing to bundle in 3 layers of warm clothing.
March’s topic of the month – Multiple Exposures
I had hoped to create both in computer and in camera images for this project, but in the end the weather got the better of me, and I spent the time at the computer instead of with camera in hand. So it ended up being a bit of a continuation of the revisiting old work project, and I had the chance to travel down memory lane a bit with my photos and create something artistic out of my old images. I’m happy with the results; it was also good to take the time to work on some basic skills in photoshop, like masking and blending, but now it’s time to pick a project that involves getting out shooting each week.
What’s new this month
I’ve continued adding images to my gallery and have flagged a fair number more that need to be added in April. Please feel free to head over, take a look, and let me know what you think. The opportunity to purchase prints is now built into the gallery; images are printed by Bay Photo and shipped directly to you, in the size and medium of your choice.
Five favourites from this month
What’s coming up next?
Even though it is only the first day of the month, I have already started creating some new designs for my Vida shop, with lots more planned! More images are destined to hit my gallery this month as well.
The topic for the month I have chosen to explore in April is Wide Angles Only. Since I have a tendency to want to zoom in and get up close, I thought it might be nice to force myself to shoot limited to a range of 25mm and wider.