With the current set of circumstances limiting the amount of time we can spend outdoors, I have been conscious of making the most of that time and taking my camera wherever I go.
However, I know a lot of fellow photographers have been more limited, and, like them, I wanted to focus some attention on using my camera indoors.
I’m not a massive fan of still life photography, it seems too staged for me; I prefer a candid, off-the-cuff style (I guess as much as anything it is what I am more comfortable with).
But in for a penny, in for a pound, and I thought I would give it a go!
I’ve limited the amount of colour I have used (in fact, only one of the shots included any semblance of colour at all) to add an extra limitation to what I was shooting.
(The reality was that I couldn’t find my white backdrop, so was stuck with my black one; this drove me more towards monochrome that I would have originally gone for.)
May’s Mass Observation Project is coming up, so take a photograph based that sums up the theme COLOUR to you, however you want to interpret it.
- Email the image to email@example.com by Thursday 30th April 2020.
- Images should be a maximum of 650 pixels wide.
- Include your name, website/blog address and a short note about the image, including where it was taken.
- Come back and see the results on Sunday 3rd May!