Posts Tagged ‘book photography’

#Project52 – Black and White

I love black and white photography. Really, I just love a black and white color palette. And books, and quilts. So, I included all of them in this week’s photo project.

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Bookish Questions – How do you style your bookshelves?

How do you style your bookshelves? My bookshelves are a conglomeration of styles.  Where I have enough books from a single series, or group of related series, I like to create a single shelf devoted to that series/group.  For example, I have an entire shelf devoted to Harry Potter. (If you follow my tumblr, I…

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#Project52 – Rule of Thirds

Let’s talk a little photography this week, with the “Rule of Thirds.”  For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term, the Rule of Thirds is a fundamental composition principle which states that an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by two equally spaced horizontal lines and two equally spaced…

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#Project52 – My Favorite

I’m not as good at singing as Julie Andrews, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a few things in life that I absolutely love. Aside from the obvious things like my husband and chocolate, my list generally includes fluffy kittens, ridiculous selfies, and pretty books. What are a few of your favorite things?

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#OurProject52 – Negative Space

Negative space isn’t something that comes naturally to me when I take photos. This is probably because I like closeups so much.  I’d much rather take fill my frame with the subject, than leave empty space, so this was a great exercise for me. I’ve been doing a lot of book photography lately for my…

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