Guest Highlight: June 2018: Abstract

This was a tough theme for many of us and I think our followers felt the same.  That said we got some really great images submitted to our pages.  This month Ceri of Ceri Herd Photography chose our theme and selected our winner.  The image she chose was submitted by @kramanita and she chose it for the following reason.

“Abstract Photography is a means of depicting a visual image that does not have an immediate association with the object world. A successful abstract image asks us questions, challenges our view of reality and vitally, is a visual delight. This image by Anita is all that and more! The subtle hues, leading lines, slice of focus and dreamy bokeh are spectacular.”

Congratulations @kramanita your images were stunning.

@kramanita

@kramanita

You can see her stunning work on her her IG page by clicking here.

 

Photo’s from our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Roz Perez

Roz Perez

Mari Sierra Fotografia

Mari Sierra Photography

Diane Hughes

Diana Hugues Photography

 

Photos from our Instagram page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

@riverspirit101

@riverspirit101

@micheletremblayphoto

@micheletremblayphoto

@briandphoto

@briandphoto

@annabradleyphotography

@annabradleyphotography

 

In case you missed it, we have changed up the theme to {Curves} for the month of July, so check out what our blog contributors shared on this theme.

WillsonE-7-2018-Curves

It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

Out on the back canal: June 21, 2018: 6320

Sharleen Stuart Photography

Lynne_Curves

Lynne Grant Photography

Ledbetter Curves

KG Ledbetter Photography

Janet Douglas

Janet Douglas

Ceri Herd Photography

Ceri Herd Photography

 

For the rest of the month of July and up until August 5th the theme is {Abstract}

We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_abstract.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on August 6.

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July 2018: Curves

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So we have made it through to the halfway mark of the year.  I am thankful for the willingness of the blog group to keep us moving along, and for all their interpretations of the various themes.  They challenge us to step outside of the box and I am so grateful for that.  We are also thankful to you for joining us here, on Facebook and on Instagram and sharing your theme on the different topics.  We love seeing your work.  Keep it up 🙂

This month Liz of It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson chose the theme and she chose {Curves}.  That was definitely challenging for most of us.

The dictionary defines curve as: “a line or outline that gradually deviates from being straight for some or all of its length.”

Below is our interpretations of the the theme {Curve}, and I will confess it took me a while to come up with my ideas.

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It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

Out on the back canal: June 21, 2018: 6320

Sharleen Stuart Photography

Lynne_Curves

Lynne Grant Photography

Janet Douglas

Janet Douglas

Ledbetter Curves

KG Ledbetter Photography

Ceri Herd Photography

Ceri Herd Photography

We are missing two of our bloggers this month.  Katherine is not well right now and we wish her a speedy recovery back to good health.  Nicole is on vacation and we hope that she is having an amazing time.  We miss both of you!!

For the rest of the month of July and up until August 5th the theme is Curves

We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_curves.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on August 6.

 

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Guest Interview: @emmacollins_photography

Emma Collins Photography shared a stunning {Urban} image and Sharleen Stuart Photography fell in love with it.  Today I caught up with Emma to learn a little bit more about her and her photography

You can see more of Emma’s work at @emmacollins_photography

 

Tell us a bit about yourself?  and  Are you a hobbyist or a pro?

I’m a mum of 3 (I have a 15 year old boy and 2 daughters aged 12 and 7), and I’m a pro photographer, so spend much of my time spinning lots of plates! I’ve been working as a photographer for about 8 years now, although I started growing the business more since my youngest started school 3 years ago. I specialize in natural photography of families and babies, but I also do a bit of commercial work too.

Emma Collins 1

This image is an old favourite as it evokes a memory for me and I like the layers in the composition and I always love the challenge of capturing all 3 kids in one frame. We were on holiday in Denmark, I had dragged my tribe to a chair museum, let’s just say they had had enough and made full use of the exhibits!

 

Tell us a bit about your photography gear.  What is the lens do you not have but you   desire to have the most?

I’m a Canon girl! I have a Canon 5d mkiv and my back up body is my beloved old 5d mkiii, and I have a grown lens collection:  Canon 85mm L f1.2, Sigma Art 50mm f1.4, Canon 35mm L f1.4, Canon 28mm f1.8 and an old 50mm that I hacked for freelensing! I occasionally use a tripod but avoid them most of the time as I end up fighting with them!

My most desired lens … hmm that’s tricky, I have a long wish list … I need to replace my 35mm as its not working properly, but what I really want is something way less practical, the Canon 24mm tilt and shift, or an ultra wide angle lens like a 14mm … and I would love a drone or some proper waterproof housing!

Emma Collins 2

I love looking for shadows and reflections, different ways of capturing a moment. This is a favourite example of a shadow telling a great story, my 2 girls chatting together, my oldest leaning to listen to her little sister … and I love the vibrant orange too.

 

What makes you pick up the camera when you don’t feel like it?

It was always so easy to take endless photos when my kids were young, but I admit it is far more of challenge now they are older. They don’t like to be photographed, but they also aren’t as cute and they don’t do such cute things! Nowadays I tend to be inspired by pretty light or new places, I feel like I”m at a cross section and trying to figure out where to go next with my own personal work.

Emma Collins 3

I don’t have a drone, but I would love to get one … right now I settle for any opportunity I can get up high and take an image from above, I find it fascinating how it gives a completely different perspective to a scene.

Film or digital? Black and white or color? Lifestyle or traditional?

I definitely prefer a more natural style of photography, capturing moments as they arise rather than staging a shot. I don’t have a preference for colour or black and white, I find it depends of the photo and the mood. Although I started out on film I only shoot digital at the moment, but film is one of the avenues that I have been considering exploring for my own personal growth.

Emma Collins 4

I already mentioned that I love shadows and reflections, well this is one of my favourite reflection images. It was an enormous puddle on a beach in Crete, which allowed me to capture a large amount of detail, I love the texture that is added to the image from the layers of sand under the water… sometimes I leave a reflection upside down, but I also like to turn them as I did here.

 

What personal projects are you working?

I am currently having fun learning the art of freelensing, I love the way it makes me let go of the idea of perfection. I’m also teaching myself how to make short films, and what started out as a hobby is now filtering through into my commercial work.

Emma Collins 5

I don’t get so many opportunities to photograph my oldest, he tends to shy away from the camera, so I’m always delighted when I do manage to get a shot. I took this shot from a dark landing into a small roof top bedroom at my mum’s house, I really like the pocket of light and the sharp angles.

 

Most important thing you learned about editing.

That I’m lazy!! I have a really loose natural style to my work and I don’t like it to be over edited, I strive to make the image as good as I can in camera so that I don’t spend hours in Lightroom.

Emma Collins 6

I was shooting through a misty shower door for this shot, I like the smudgy effect that the steam creates and the different layers of light and reflection, and I do love a moody engaging stare!

I would encourage you to take some  time to go and visit @emmacollins_photography and view her page.  You will love all the portrait images that she has taken.

We still have the {Abstract} theme on Share Six until July 5th so don’t forget to share your images to the Facebook page or the Instagram page (#sharesix_abstract). You have a chance to be featured as the banner on the Facebook page and web page, as well as to do an interview highlighting who you are.  We would love to see your work.

Guest Highlight: May 2018: Urban

Where did May go???  I know that I am late again and I really feel bad but this past month has been tough and it has already slipped into the “middle of the month”.  So without further adieu let’s get to the selected highlighted guest photorapher.

Sharleen  of Sharleen Stuart Photography loves seeing {Urban} images and she chose @emmacollins_photography as the featured highlighted guest for the following reasons:

“{Urban} for me is life in the city.  So often I default to black and white to emphasize the cutting lines of the city.  This image for me shows movement, it has some beautiful lines and the contrast in light is amazing.  Added to that I love the motion blur and the grainy feel this image has.  A beautiful image Emma.”  

 

@emmacollins_photography

@emmacollins_photography

Photo’s from our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Marie Sierra Fotografia

Mari Sierra Fotografia

Anja Williams

Williams, Anja

Janice Osborne

Janice Osborne

Kelly Elliot

Salty Air Creations

 

Photos from our Instagram page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

@365blincks

@365blinks

@gaggleofgrimmetts

@gaggleofgrimmetts

@sharoliker

@sharolikar

@water_in_my_wellies

water_in_my_wellies

@clairefluttersby

@clairefluttersby

@blinkphotography

@blinckphotography

 

In case you missed it, we have changed up the theme to {Abstract} for the month of June, so check out what our blog contributors shared on this theme.

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

LynneG_abstract

Lynne Grant Photography

ledbetter

KG Ledbetter Photography

Katherine

Cobert Photography

Janet

Janet Douglas

Ceri

Ceri Herd Photography

For the rest of the month of June and up until July 5th the theme is Abstract

We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_abstract.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on July 6.

Guest Interview: @vironica

Our theme for the month of May was lines and our highlight guest @vironica was chosen by Janet Douglas of @wiredtothemoon.

I caught up with @vironica to find out a little more about her.

 

Tell us a bit about yourself?  and  Are you a hobbyist or a pro?

Thank you so much! I am so honored to be this month’s guest feature. ! I’m a hobbyist photographer living in Corona del Mar, CA with my husband and three boys. Shortly before the birth of my son I got my first DSLR. However, I wasn’t actively trying to learn photography until after he was born in October 2011. Beyond photography I enjoy reading, eating out, coffee and chocolate.

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I love this image because of the light and connection between all my boys.

Tell us a bit about your photography gear.  What is the lens do you not have but you desire to have the most?

I’m a Canon shooter. I have to admit that I’m a lens hoarder. If I have to choose only one lens to keep I would pick my Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L ii. I used to be a prime shooter but the 24-70mm is so versatile that it’s on my camera 90% of the time. On my wish list is the Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L ii. I use my 35mm for underwater photography but I’ve been wanting a wider angle which the 24mm would be perfect for.

2 - wall

I just love the storytelling quality of this image.

What makes you pick up the camera when you don’t feel like it?

Looking through photos and videos of my boys when they were younger. Those memories kept on reminding me about the importance of capturing the fleeting moments of their childhood.

3- train tracks

This image captured my older boys perfectly at their ages. They love this wooden train set so much.

Film or digital? Black and white or color? Lifestyle or traditional?

Digital. I have a film camera that I have yet to use. I love both black and white and color. Most of the time I keep my images in color but occasionally black and white can make an image more powerful. I’m a lifestyle photographer at heart. Beautiful light, lines, colors, and connection makes my heart sings.

4 walrus

I love the moment and connection in this one.

What personal projects are you working?

Currently I am working on the 100 Days of Summer, both stills and video to put together in the end.

5 - new baby

This is an image that I will treasure forever. The first time my older boys meet their baby brother.

Most important thing you learned about editing.

I learned that I prefer a clean edit on my images. I feel that a clean edit is always timeless. I also learned that I love a lot of contrast on my images.

6 - beach ball

My most recent favorite. I love the joy in their faces while playing together.

Thank you Vironica  for sharing your stunning work with us.  You can view Vironica’s Instagram page by clicking here.  I would encourage you to do so, you will be so inspired.

Don’t forget that we have the {Abstract} theme running for the month of June, so submit your images for a chance to be featured as the banner on the Facebook page and web page, as well as to do an interview highlighting who you are.  We would love to see your work.

June 2018: Abstract

This month the theme {Abstract} was chosen by Ceri of Ceri Herd Photography.  Abstract art is an interesting medium where the art may take on different forms and colors rather than the traditional recognizable images.  Color,  shape, size, texture, line, space and value are critical for abstract art.

Ceri chose this theme for the following reason:

“For me, capturing abstract imagery is a means of escapism. It is a chance to push myself and try new things. It is taking risks. It is accepting that everyone’s interpretation will be their own; not everyone will like it or understand why, but it will make them think. In a artistic world where we seek constant reassurance and acceptance, I hope this theme pushes you to step outside your comfort zone and try something different from the norm”

To view the blogs click on the images to go the the artists page or click on the first image and follow the links in the blogs.

Ceri

Ceri Herd Photography

Tulips: April 7, 2015 9680

Sharleen Stuart Photography

LynneG_abstract

Lynne Grant Photography

Janet

Janet Douglas

Katherine

Cobert Photography

ledbetter

KG Ledbetter Photography

 

For the rest of the month of June and up until July 5th the theme is Abstract

We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_abstract.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on July 6.

Guest Highlight: April 2018: Lines

I have to start out by apologizing – this month got away from me.  And I am not sure where it went.  However, the {lines} theme was so well supported that we have a bundle of images to share and very excited about our choices.  We had so many that I chose to add a few more in to highlight.

Kim Sidwell Photography had chosen this theme but since Kim has left the group we asked Janet Douglas of @wiredtothemoon to select the highlighted guest artist.

Janet chose this image for the following reason:

“An absolutely amazing image, I love all the images within the image. A fantastic composition, and a sweet moment captured too with that hug!”

Click on the image to go see more of @vironica

Vironica

@vironica

Congratulations @vironica for being selected as our featured artist.  We look forward to learning more about you.

 

Photo’s from our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Earth Angels Photography

Earth Angels- Angela Juhasz Photography

Diana Hughes

Diana Hagues Photography

Wilhelmina Photography

Wilhelmina Photography

 

Photos from our Instagram page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Jennifersnavelyphoto

@jennifersnavelyphoto

petrasiliephotography

@petrasiliephotography

fiona_saton

@fiona_saton

andoraphotography

@andoraphotography

@moments_by_mancuso

@moments_by_mancuso

@clairefluttersby

@clairefluttersby

hannahgrimmettphotos

@hannahgrimmettphotos

 

We have changed up the theme to {Urban} for the month of April, so check out what our blog contributors shared on this theme.

City Place: Urban Shots: April 26, 2018: 4479

Sharleen Stuart Photography

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It’ Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

Urban_Lynne

Lynne Grant Photography

Katherine Cobert

Cobert Photography

ledbetter (1)

KG Ledbetter Photography

Urban Nicola

Nicola MacQueen Photography

Janet Douglas

Janet Douglas @wiredtothemoon

Ceri Herd

Ceri Herd Photography

For the rest of the month of May and up until June 5th the theme is {Urban}

We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_urban.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on June 6.

May 2018: Urban

This month Sharleen of Sharleen Stuart Photography chose the theme {Urban}.  The definition is as follows:  “in, relating to, or characteristic of a city or town”.

Sharleen chose the theme {Urban} for the following reasons:

“Cities have such character if you go looking.  We have traveled through Europe and many cities in South Africa, along with heading to Denver, San Francisco, Seattle, Key West and other smaller cities.  I love walking the city.  In Denver I headed out to try and capture a city with snow on the grounds.  In Seattle there was so much, back streets, external staircases, reflective windows. San Francisco had the amazing wharf area.  I cannot even begin to think about all the amazing places in Europe.  There is so much for you to see. Growing up in South Africa my fondest memory is of the old City Hall and the square across the road where the pigeons would congregate to be fed.  I would encourage you next time you go to your local city look for the hidden beauty”.

So take a look at what the blog contributors have shared and come back and share your {Urban} images with us.

On a different note. We don’t like change but sometimes it has to happen.  This month sadly Tori of Roots and Twigs Photography is saying goodbye.  Tori has been with us for two years and we are sad to see her go.  But she has stepped back into the world of starting up a new business and felt the need to step out of Share Six.

The good news is that Nicola MacQueen Photography is joining us in Tori’s place.  Nicola is an amazing artist and we are excited to see her work featured on Share Six.  Nicola, along with Janet and Lynne all come to us from Scotland.  You can read a little bit more about our new ladies on the photographers page.

To view the blogs click on the images to go the the artists page or click on the first image and follow the links in the blogs.

City Place: Urban Shots: April 26, 2018: 4479

Sharleen Stuart Photography

Urban_Lynne

Lynne Grant Photography

Urban Nicola

Nicola MacQueen Photography

Ceri Herd

Ceri Herd Photography

Janet Douglas

Janet Douglas

Katherine Cobert

Cobert Photography

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It’s still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

ledbetter (1)

KG Ledbetter Photography

 

For the rest of the month of May and up until June 5th the theme is Urban

We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_urban.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on June 6.

 

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Guest Interview: @hollynicoletimekeeper

This month Tori of Roots and Twigs photography chose the theme {Contrast} and she chose the artist to be highlighted.  @hollynicoletimekeeper  is a talented photographer and well known to many.  I was so pleased to connect with Holly and learn a bit more about her.

 

Tell us a bit about yourself?  and  Are you a hobbyist or a pro?

My name is Holly and I am the mom to three sweet girls (ages 4, 10 and 13). I live in Michigan with my husband, girls, dogs, chickens, and a bunny named Cinnabunny. We live in the middle of the woods and we are an outdoorsy, adventure loving family.

As far as photography goes, I’m currently a hobbiest. Documenting the life of my family makes my heart sing. I tried the business side in the past and found shooting clients didn’t make me happy. I felt like I couldn’t shoot as freely and be myself when shooting clients. However, this year I’ve signed on as a Mentor at Hello Storyteller Community, and I plan to mentor and teach fellow photographers. I love helping others on their photography journey. This community has given me so much and I hope to help others grow and learn their craft.

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This image is one of my favorite freelensed shots. I love the tones and perspective, as well as the beautiful bokeh from the fairy lights in my daughter’s hair.

 

Tell us a bit about your photography gear.  What is the lens do you not have but you   desire to have the most?

I shoot with a Nikon d610. My lenses are a Nikkor 85mm 1.8, Nikkor 50mm 1.8, Sigma Art 35mm 1.4, Sigma Art 24mm 1.4, and a vintage Nikkormat 50mm (used for freelensing). My favorite lenses are my 85mm for portraits and outdoors, and my Sigma 35mm for indoors and storytelling.

The list of gear I want is LONG! I would love a 105 Macro, the Sigma Art 85mm 1.4, and a 15mm Fisheye. I would also love a GoPro with underwater dome. But before all of that I think I would choose to upgrade my camera body.

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This is another freelensed shot. I LOVE how the light, water, and freelensing created such magical bokeh!

 

What makes you pick up the camera when you don’t feel like it?

I was starting to feel a rut coming on because our winter here is dragging on for what seems like FOREVER. I wasn’t feeling inspired at all to shoot anything. When I get like this I literally have to force myself to shoot and get back into a routine. I started the year out deciding to do a 52 week project. But when this rut crept up, I decided to make myself start shooting daily again. Now I’m coming out of it and feeling inspired again.

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This is one of the first images I took for an ongoing series I’m shooting of images of my children at this easel. I love the light and shadows in this image

 

 

Film or digital? Black and white or color? Lifestyle or traditional?

I am a digital girl. However, when I first started photography I learned film in college. I would love to shoot film again as a fun challenge. I love both black and white and color photography and have both in my portfolio. My first love was black and white photography and there is still something that draws me to this genre. It’s so emotive and artistic. I am more of a lifestyle photographer, since I document the lives of my girls. But I also love to shoot traditional (and non-tradition) portraits.

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This is my favorite image of all three of my girls together, in one of our favorite spots to visit as a family. This one speaks to my momma heart.

What personal projects are you working?

 

I have been doing a 52 week project since the beginning of the year. I also just started up a new 365 to keep me shooting. Aside from shooting projects, I’m helping to kick off the Hello Storyteller Community.

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This is an image from another ongoing series I’m shooting of my girls on our backyard tree swing. I love the challenge of coming up with different images and perspectives shooting in the same location.

 

Most important thing you learned about editing.

When I first started learning about editing, I thought there was only one right way to do something. I have since found out that there are many ways to do one thing, and there is no right or wrong. Also, less is more a lot of the time. I try to get my image as close to my vision in camera, and then enhance it in post.

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This image was one of the first images that set me on the path to finding my voice in photography. This was such a magical evening. To this day, this was the prettiest sunset I’ve ever seen.

Thank you Holly  for sharing your stunning work with us.  You can view Holly’s Instagram page by clicking here.  I would encourage you to do so, you will be so inspired.

Don’t forget that we have the {Lines} theme running for the month of April, so submit your images for a chance to be featured as the banner on the Facebook page and web page, as well as to do an interview highlighting who you are.  We would love to see your work.

Guest Highlight: March 2018: Contrast

The theme {Contrast} was chosen by Tori of Roots and Twigs Photography and we had some amazing images shared both on Facebook and on Instagram.

Our featured artist for the theme {Contrast} is Congratulations to @hollynicoletimekeeper , your image is stunning.

Tori chose this image for the following reasons:

“As is usually the case, choosing the top submission was challenging! There were many wonderful entries, with a variety of interpretations for “Contrast,” just as I hoped to see. I ultimately chose Holly Nicole’s classic, beautifully-processed black and white image, using the full tonal range. The scene is further set off by contrasting textures in the clouds, water, tree line, and shore, while still allowing that precious child to be the focal point. Beautifully-done, Holly, and Congratulations!”

Click on the image to go see more of @hollynicoletimekeeper’s work.  

@hollynicoletimekeeper

@hollynicoletimekeeper

 

Photo’s from our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Earth Angels- Angela Juhasz Photography

Earth Angels- Angela Juhasz Photography

Burgess Photography

Burgess Photography

Aubrey Keller

Aubrey Keller

Ashley McKelvey Photography - Design by CTandRina

Ashley McKelvey Photography – Design by CTandRina

 

Photos from our Instagram page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

@michelletremblayphoto

@micheletremblayphoto

@life_of_glow

@life_of_glow

@ashley_mcbroom_photography

@ashley_mcbroom_photography

@annarasphotos

@annarasphoto

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@danaleighportraits

 

We have changed up the theme to {Lines} for the month of April, so check out what our blog contributors shared on this theme.

Janet Douglas

Janet Douglas

Sunrise at Deerfield Beach: March 23, 2018: 2557

Sharleen Stuart Photography

Lynne Grant

Lynne Grant Photography

WillsonE-Lines

It’s Still Life by Elizabeth Wislon

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Ceri Herd Photography

cobert photography

Cobert Photography

ledbetter

KG Ledbeter Photography

Come and share your {Lines} images with us on our Facebook page and our Instagram page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with  #sharesix_lines.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.