I thought, initially, that this was a very odd item. I kept thinking, ummm, I wish I still had access to my MIL's old house and cast iron key collection hanging around the ceiling of her dining room. She had over a hundred keys, and it could be a great picture of high keys. But I didn't, so I took some pictures of my keys and thought about ways to make them high. I don't know what, maybe some photoshopping them into the sky or hanging from a high branch or... Well, you get the picture. But I ran a new action this week and it had a "high-key" BW option. Turns out High Key is a type of Black and White style that is very bright, has few shadows, and is usually used for portraits. Unfortunately for you, I already had a lot of pictures of keys.
I really didn't have time to get too creative with this one, but here is my 2 year old's bedroom after a nap. There used to be trees and butterfly stickers on the walls, but those went long before this week's naps. I really miss her crib. This was one of her shorter naps.
All week I knew a friend was bringing me her newborn on Thursday so I could play with my camera. What is more tiny than a newborn? Unfortunately, all other newborns and babies upto 3 months. She didn't seem too tiny, but her feet are still a lot tinier than any of the feet in my life.
I wanted to try to take a photograph of the moon for this one, even if it wasn't very unique it would be a nice way for me to explore. However, it was cloudy and rainy all week. It was also apparently the week with no/very little moon. Makes sense since the super moon was only a few weeks ago. Need to brush up on my second grade science. So than I was thinking I am "far away" from having a mess free house, but "far away" is not really the same as "off in the distance." But my house is not big enough to take a picture that gives the look of off in the distance and it was rainy all week! So you are getting a picture from last week. Trust me, he is quite a distance away!
|Off in the Distance|
It did clear up enough today to go take some pictures at a local car dealership. When they asked me what I was doing I explained the scavenger hunt. They looked skeptical, but let me keep shooting. I almost felt like a real pretend photographer, but I know I'm not because I was not willing to cross the 5 lane street and get the best perspective! Plus I took the first half of my photos with my auto focus off and didn't notice--actually I was pretty much done, it just became half-way through since I had to take all the same angles over again.