Use a theme to get creative with your photos

lily pads Cabbage

Use a theme or a subject when you go out with your camera as this will make it easier to focus your attention & lens. The pictures above are vegetation (obviously) but to emphasize the textures and designs, I took them in black & white.

Themes: textures, shadows, the garden, or interesting designs in nature

Alias 46849_157303124285569_1375385_n

Non point Non point 1

It’s concert season outdoors so why not take your camera? You may get people’s head in the way but a couple will be really good. I really like actions shots (and loud rock bands). These were taken in Madison WI at the Taste of Madison festival. Great food and really good music. This band is Nonpoint.

Themes: Concerts, outdoor festivals (Renaissance Festivals), sports, people watching.

State Street Building 1

Buildings and architecture are great for exploring with your camera. You can explore shadows especially in the early morning or evening.

reflection of capital  Reflection 2

Reflection 3 Reflection

Reflections are really fun and you can get some really cool effects. You can get spectacular reflections in ponds & lakes too.

Day 4 & 5 C 122 reflect tree 2

reflect with mountains Tetons 3

More themes/subjects: light (& shadows), a self portrait (not a selfie), on a walk, animals, clouds, storms, sculptures, or rocks.

Happy photographing!!!

Published by Your Inner Art

Mixed Media and jewelry artist, author, and teacher. The creative process has carried me, taught me, and comforted me. I use art as income and therapy - it is my joy. This evolution has brought me to the Goddess path of wisdom and alchemy in my art and in my soul. Embodying the many facets of Goddess is a valuable tool in personal growth and self care. I provide encouragement, instructions, and what I have learned about the human experience. My books are: Creatively Through Cancer and Caring for Yourself the Creative Goddess Way. My jewelry is Goddess Adornment. My blog is how to use art as therapy and self care.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: