Monochromatic (?)

Yes, I’ve been playing around with my camera in the bathroom again. For this shot, I used crumpled aluminum foil and a flash to get the bokeh spotted background I was trying to achieve.

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For The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge. The prompt was “monochromatic.

This week, share with us your monochromatic images. Be calculating and creative in choosing your subject and focal point; resist the urge to simply take a photo of something with a single color range.

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39 thoughts on “Monochromatic (?)

    • Thanks! It was one I snapped for my project 365. I do a weekly theme. This week, I’m shooting glass and going for a bit of an abstract feel. I thought this one fit well for the daily post challenge so I submitted it.

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  1. I am usually shocked when I hear from a photographer because I use a Casio and no lights! I am equally amazed when a food blogger visits. I guess everyone needs to stretch their money! Thanks for liking my post, “What I Do When I Am Not Writing.” I would love to collaborate with you.

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  2. Gorgeous colour and an elegant abstract. Very much a purist approach. Making pictures, not just taking them……active, not just passive. Quite rare in photography, and a completely different way of thinking…..which has made me think. Whether that will lead me to ‘doing’…..remains to be seen.
    Thanks Amy!

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    • Thanks! What a lovely comment. 🙂 It really was fun to experiment with this one. I had an idea of what I was trying to achieve, but the final result surpassed my expectation. I like to tell people that, “my camera always lies”. It was very true in this case. I love when that happens.

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