This week Karen set us the challenge to photograph the light. The aim was not to photograph 'lights' but what the light does, ie creates shadows, contrast, reflections, the rays themselves.
Unfortunately I haven't been lucky enough to see much sun this past two weeks, its dark when I leave the house in the mornings and dark when I arrive home. On the days i've not worked it's been mainly dull and dreary. At the last knockings this is what I came up with.
It's all about Jack.
|ISO 100 f5 1/160 focal length 44m|
My first photo shows Jack's shadowed profile.
Karen did ask us to have a go at using Aperture Priority mode. Sorry Karen I completely forgot and shot in manual.
|ISO100 f5 1/60 focal length 39mm|
My second photo shows the sun shinning through the bird watching gap, lighting up the side of Jack.
|ISO100 f5.6 1/160 focal length 55mm|
My last and favourite photo. I love how the sun is shinning across his face, illuminating it.
It's now time for a cuppa and a blog hop to see what the others have done for this challenge.