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I tried to do something different with photography this week, not just taking photos, but something different in the editing too. This photo of the church tower is a very unusual angle and I edited to make the most of the Gothic architecture.  I think photos should be interesting, not just snaps.


Creative photography

This photo is interesting because the trees give the photo depth. I thought I could do better though. Creative photography means looking for perspective, patterns and experimenting with different ideas.


That’s better with some geese in the foreground. It’s still not quite what I was hoping for though. What was I hoping for? I don’t know, but I’ll know it when I see it!


This is one of the result of my experiments with editing. I think something like this could look very good as a framed print.


I’ve started doing some street photography. This street goes away from us and the tree gives us some depth to the picture. There’s light and shade too.


This street scene is unusual because it’s high on a hill and you can see into the distance in the background. Again the tree adds a little depth and perspective.

Creative photography can encompass lots of different types of photography. There is landscapes, street photograph, street fashion, events and just about anything you can imagine pointing a camera at. Looking to make the image more interesting means being more aware of what you see and when you see something unusual or interesting, taking the shot.

I was hoping to photograph lots of events this month, but being England, rain often stops play! Please comment and share your thoughts on today’s post. You can also subscribe to this blog using the widget in the side bar and get an email every time I post. You can follow me on Twitter for updates too.

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2 Responses

  1. Hi Mike, Great photos and editing! My favourite this week is the top one of the church tower. I love both the angle and the editing. Such a powerful photo! That photo really conveys the atmosphere of the scene. Very foreboding.

    I also like the frosty frame edit of the pond. Although it’s summer, the frame lent a coolness to the photo!

    June 30, 2015 at 21:34

  2. Hi Carolyn,

    Thanks, that’s the church that overlooks the valley I live in. It’s very Gothic! There are actually two churches side by side, that can be seen for miles. It was once the site of an Anglo-Saxon fort or castle. That frosted border is done with Photoscape, that was the subject of this week’s photography post.

    July 1, 2015 at 20:04

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