11 January 2014

Focus on Life Week 2: Silhouette


I'm hoping by next week to have a new camera...
Our poor, old thing really doesn't cope with low light or back-lit subjects, which you kind of need to capture a silhouette!
So here's today's fuzzy dawn :)
And here's others' less-fuzzy pictures...


14 comments:

  1. A very artistic photo! Have fun picking a new camera ... I did that last summer and have really enjoyed my new one

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  2. That sky is so beautiful - I love those bluey-peachy colours!

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  3. The colors of the sky are gorgeous and make the outline of the trees really stand out.

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  4. What your picture may lack in focus, it makes up for in composition. Love the one tall tree on the right!

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  5. I actually have a good camera but it's such a pain to lug it around... All I know is that my point & shoot takes crappy sunsets!

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  6. Yes, my point and click camera doesn't do well w/low light either - even on manual setting (or maybe I just don't do it right - that might be more of the problem!) :-) I do like your photo though. Landscape silhouettes are fabulous and 'fuzy' makes them even more interesting I think.

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  7. A gorgeous photo! So serene. Good luck finding a camera. I know you will like whatever you get.

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  8. Fuzzy or not, that is a beautiful sunrise! Happy camera shopping!

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  9. But the fuzzy adds to the effect

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  10. I like fuzzy dawn, I think the lack of sharp focus gives it a beautiful, ethereal quality.

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  11. This is a very peaceful fuzzy dawn.

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  12. The fuzziness makes it look like a beautiful watercolour painting. Lovely!

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  13. I love how you framed it, very artistically done. I bet you can't wait to get the new camera!

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  14. It might be fuzzy but it's still a beautiful silhouette! You'll be so happy with a new camera!

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It's good to know I'm not alone :)