Capture 365 Project {January}: Last Week

I made it to the finish line of the Capture 365 Project for January!

Here’s what I learned from the challenge this month:

1) Shooting in RAW is not as scary as I thought!

2) Knowing your camera intimately makes for better photos.

3) It’s great to have a concept of what you want to photograph for each prompt, but don’t miss other opportunities to capture the picture in a different way.

4) Having the right light makes all the difference in the world.

5) Nice backgrounds = interesting pictures. (*Thanks to my talented friend for giving me this tip.)

Here are the photos for the last week of January:

{Click On Any Pic To Open Gallery}

Note: For the prompt “Vivid” you were suppose to use your camera phone. Unfortunately, I don’t own a fancy, smancy phone.Β  However, my iPad has a camera and I used it for the photo (same concept right???).

4 thoughts on “Capture 365 Project {January}: Last Week

  1. One of my photographic passions is teaching others. After 42 years I’ve pretty much weeded out the chaff and settled on what works. I’ve moved beyond the casual snapshot and aim for the creative side of photography. I love light, expression and mood. Every photo I have has a story behind it. I like the story behind your blog.

  2. I love looking at your photos & have shared them with others. Hubby says “I don’t think outside the box enough”…and sadly, he’s right! But I’m prepared to let you be my inspiration to keep trying. πŸ™‚ I don’t have a schmantzy phone either!

    1. Thanks Jenn! πŸ™‚

      One of the things I love about this challenge is seeing how others interpret the different prompts. When viewing fellow photographer’s photos, I often think “wow” what a great idea for capturing the shot (wish I’d thought of that). I think Capture 365 also challenges me to get creative, so I hope to do all the prompts for February.

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