Regular Photo Challenge – Shadows







Weekly Photo Problem – Shadows



















“Simply speaking, a shadow is definitely an absence of light. If lighting cannot get through an object, the area on the other side of that object (for example, the ground or a wall) will have less light reaching it” – Science Learning Hub

#dPSShadows

After the ‘lighting’ theme last week, immediately we’re about the lack of lighting, or ‘shadow’ – and also, unless you live in a black cave, void of lighting, you have no excuses not to go out and capture the shadow in some form – the idea behind these difficulties being to make you think about what you’re photographing and am employed at getting better every time.

Camel Shadows
Camel Shadows by Claire Pollock

I remember the 1st time I took a specific darkness photograph, that’s it above, and it really was that lemon in the late afternoon lighting of the amazing Sahara Wasteland in Morocco… It was a bit typical “People on camels” but it was an amazing experience and I loved the darkness photo (This was a Cannon Powershot Pro 1… need to tell you how long ago that was! ) I’ve been noticing shadow to this day. SO , set off forth and capture shadows! Share them in the responses below, on instagram or Facebook and make sure you tag us! (Details below)

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Talk about on  Instagram   or  Twitter   and make use of the hashtag #dPSShadows so we can easily see them!

How do I upload our photo to the comments?

Simply upload your shot into the feedback field (look for the small camera icon in the Disqus comments section) and they will get embedded for us most of to see. Or, if you’d prefer, upload them to your favorite photo-sharing site and keep the link to them.

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