Tag: phoneography

How to Take the Worst Photos Ever

I specialise at taking bad photos. Scratch it. I specialise at taking the worst photos ever. Since the internet is full of how-to articles on taking better photos, I thought I’d contribute with my valuable experience of how to take worse photos. And since I recently blogged an anti-recipe, let’s continue with an anti-manual. Taking photos that suck something

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Developing Your Eye II: Urban Landscape

Part of WordPress’s photography course Developing Your Eye II. The protagonist of today’s photo should be the setting. I didn’t manage to get the street cleared for me to take a people-free photo, so don’t mind the pedestrians.

Developing Your Eye II: Movement (Maybe)

Part of WordPress’s photography course Developing Your Eye II. Today’s task is to capture movement, which is pretty tricky because I live in the middle of nowhere (well, we have a supermarket, so almost in the middle of nowhere). Nothing interesting moves around me though. I shot what could be movement or stillness: the supermarket’s parking

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Developing Your Eye II: Nature Bits

Part of WordPress’s photography course Developing Your Eye II. The photo prompt for today is asking for a picture of nature. The extra task is to focus on strong leading lines. Nature photos are boring, so I took a snap of a bit of nature in the civilisation: my new heather plants. I tried to do

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Developing Your Eye II: Small Scale

Part of WordPress’s photography course Developing Your Eye II. My today’s photo prompt is scale. The idea was to show something miniature against something large. Since I refuse to leave my flat and haven’t found anything other than normal-sized items at home, I shot coins. They are current Czech coins, one of the smallest and one

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