Lens-Artists Challenge #234 – Messages is hosted by Donna from Wind Kisses , LENS ARTISTS CHALLENGE #234:-Messages
Donna Wrote; To some, photography is formal, with clear and concise messages. Others want you to feel the photos, and take away impressions from what you see. At the end of the day, it is always our story, driven by our character and passions, that we showcase.
As I’ve stated before I am not a very technical photographer, more into composition, mood. I do my magic on the edit table mostly, if you can call it magic, more like my interpretation of places and people. I am also not one to write all that much, let the photos speack for themselves.
I think some of these speaks, relates a story. Hope you agree 🙂 I find monochrome images are great way to showcase messages of emotions and action as all unnecessary is taken away
In colors also – obviously.
Nature in all its forms speaks volumes
I have two cameras an old reliable SONY SLT-A65V, and I have two lences I use with it one for Macro Sony Macro 2.8/50 and portraits. The other for nearly everything a Sony 18-200mm.
The Sony has been in less use since I bought a new lighter one to carry around, its a Olympus E-M10 Mark II with a 14-150mm lense and I have a OM-D M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 45mm 1:1.8 for street and portrait photography
12 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #234 – Messages”
You nailed it. Love how you captured the expression of peoples faces. That’s a favorite part of photography for me, that I don’t do very well. I think I am afraid people will see me. I need to be sure to always carry a larger lens.
Anyway…the people not looking a t the carer are clearly reflecting on something or working on something. The cell phone photos are a riot. Great call. I especially like the photo of the the man in the water with his back to us near the yellow boat. That looks like it would have been a great place to enjoy taking picture. Very nice. Thank you for joining in.
Thanks, glad you likess my picks, and yes that small island in Thailand was a great place to see local living and capture some of it
Body language 👍👍👍👍
Yes, it tells a lot!
These are awesome and beautiful, Ritva. Very powerful photo messages!
Thank you Lisa!
Excellent photos, all. I always admire ‘people’ shots.
Thanks John! People photos need some sensitivity 🙂
Love the variety of mono and color – such interesting photos 😉
Thank you 🙂
Especially liked your B&W images this week Ritva, especially those two little children so hard at work.
Thanks Tina, it was a great opportunity to see the kids in the glass room
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