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Daily Photo Weekly Photo Wrap-Up: Week 33

This week was about experimenting. Some new filter combinations and long exposure shots. There were a lot of files that went into the trash. But since it is not possible to see an end result until you’ve actually tried something, I went ahead and braved the bulging virtual trash.

Welcome to this week’s installment of my daily photographic record. Posts in this series will be photos from the week before, roughly Friday through Friday. This, once a week, wrap-up post will publish on Sunday. The photos for this post will be in a gallery format, they will have all been taken on my phone. The captions on the photos will be an indication of the photo-editing software used to edit them, or simply “as shot” for those that are unedited.

Writing a weekly wrap up with a gallery is a way for me to gather my thoughts on what has caught my attention in the previous week. It will be a way of filtering through what I am thinking about photographically. I’ll also be able to come back to these posts and look at what trends emerge over time.

As with all my posts, your comments are welcome. I appreciate your interaction with my work here on this blog. It is my intention to publish in this series on Sunday. Every Sunday that is possible. Looking at my year, I already know there are some weeks where I will not be close enough to my technology to make a post possible. In an effort to keep this project pleasant for myself, I won’t be attempting catch-up posts.

Hope to see you in the comments below and in this space next week!

Cheers!

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8 thoughts on “Daily Photo Weekly Photo Wrap-Up: Week 33

  1. yes its no good just showing yourself the best – this is like a scrapbook of what caught your eye, what edit worked best on what subject etc – it’s a good idea and I enjoy looking over your shoulder. I’m a sucker for the long exposure shots – been trying it out on my iPhone6

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  2. It’s important to experiment and try out different options. Which means to do a lot of less perfect captures. In the end nobody counts how many images were deleted, only the final result. And this looks gorgeous. It’s a great series of photos.

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