This weeks photo challenge proved the most difficult yet! I’ve no idea why but combining a central perspective with organic shapes proved most troublesome. Out at the Harcourt Arboretum yesterday I took a few shots – snaps really – of paths leading up through woodland but the results were lacklustre. The photograph that I originally posted here I have deleted and replaced. I didn’t like it. Wasnt up to the standards of an RPS member that is for sure!
So this morning, under cloud-heavy skies, I took a wander down to Wallingford’s Castle Gardens and Meadows and took a few more shots. This is perhaps the best of the dozen or so I took for this central perspective and organic shapes brief.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Central Perspective and Organic Shapes
Weekly Photo Challenge: Central Perspective and Organic Shapes f/9, 1/60sec, ISO-500, 24mm
“Organic Shapes look natural and have a soft and curvy look, unlike geometric, hard forms. Shoot subjects with organic shapes. Keep an eye on flowing lines and natural curves in the image.”
“A very common composition is the central perspective. Its symmetry draws the viewer’s attention to the centre of the image.”
A vastly better photo I took sometime ago which also fulfils the brief is this one…
Path through the field [ISO-100, f/13, 1/25sec, 24mm]