Category Archives: Project 52

Week 38: Abstract | 2018 Project 52

The older I’ve gotten, the more I appreciate abstract art and photography. The fact that something looks so random and not thought through, but in reality each brush stroke or movement or setting is deliberate. The artist changes something ever so slightly in their next move to bring what’s in their head to life. You’ve got to slow […]

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Week 37: Triangle | 2018 Project 52

Mike helped me this week with my photo. I’ve been so distracted with life lately and all of my ideas just seemed too… boring for me. But Mike had an idea and he was onto something. Settings: f/4.0, 1/320 sec, 35mm, ISO 2000 Camera and Lens: Canon EOS 5D Mark III with Canon EF35mm f/1.4L USM […]

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Week 36: Passing of Time | 2018 Project 52

It’s been a whirlwind of a week between work and life. No complaints, but there were so many things on my to-do list that other things had to wait… like my photo for this week. I had a couple of ideas and was really wanting to play with some intentional camera movement or something abstract, […]

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Week 35: Small | 2018 Project 52

I decided to go macro this week. I was invited to go on a hot date with my gal Molly to see the new expansion of Louisville’s football stadium. And between all the excitement of meeting new people and being able to walk on the field (WHAT!?), I couldn’t help but admire the centerpieces on […]

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Week 34: Large | 2018 Project 52

I’m late posting my blog – I had a late night last night and just didn’t have it in me to cull, edit and write. But I did click over to the 2018P52 Flickr Group this morning to let them know what the new prompt was… and I’m just now sharing my own image. I […]

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