What caption would you use for this photo?
Can you think of something funny or amusing to describe it?
Photo taken at the British Ceramic Biennial last year at the Spode site, Eleanora street, Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent.
I’m not giving out prizes, it’s not a competition, but just have fun…. X
Roots can be interesting and exciting. Just be duplicating a picture you can get something fascinating. This looks like a spider to me, but someone else suggested a beetle about to fly. Or I guess it could be a land crab?
Anyway see what you think, have you got any images you can play with and create flights of fancy?
You look up and see this on the pub ceiling and ask the question, why? If you throw darts upwards they might drop them into someone else’s eye! People are strange, peculiar, odd, and greatly perplexing.
I wanted to do a colourful sketch of the sunset which was all oranges and purples. I can’t get it exactly right as it is drawn in ArtRage oils, basically it’s a finger painting. I got the idea from a photo by a friend on a Facebook page, but as it’s just an impression there is no point in sharing the photo as this is much more impressionistic than the original.
this interesting effect is on my phone. I was trying to take two seperate photos, but my camera on the phone was playing up. I guess this is like a digital double exposure. I haven’t seen anything like it before. It’s quite strange as the first image must have stayed on the image processor or whatever it is and the second image must have added to it. I think the coloured images were the ones I took first?
Would any of you photographers out there know what caused this?
I just took this photo, you can photograph anything and get an interesting result. In this case I like the way the cartoon cats surround the block of ice and almost seem to glow.
My tips for photos?
Look first. Even if you are seeing something through a lens look at it to see if you are including things you don’t want.
Don’t be scared to crop your photo. Got a streetlamp sticking up in the sky? Crop it if you don’t want it.
Don’t filter too much if you can help it. Once you start adjusting colours it’s hard to find the right balance. Sometimes you have to, but don’t over do it.
Use your on screen focus if you have it. If you can see something interesting you can us the focus option to just select that area. It also changes the depth of field.
Two sketches. One yesterday at Astle Park traction engine rally, I drew this at the end of the day when all the vehicles has left the show ring except for this miniature traction engine. I could have just taken a photo but as it stayed still for quite a while I drew instead.
The second picture was drawn outside but then we went into the restaurant as we were being bothered by wasps. I took a photo of the drawing while we were inside. I didn’t realise it was so dark in there with a blue tone to the lighting. I adjusted it with a photo editor. It shows how long it took to get served, the place was really busy. The food was very nice though.