Project 52: Under

Under what circumstances would the undertaking to take a photo get under your skin? I struggled to understand this week’s topic,

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Happy

Our pets make us happy. You can’t argue with that, it’s science. And the thing is, making our pets happy makes us happy, Here are some photos of some happy pets!

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Project 52 – Architecture

  Architectural Photography This week’s topic was one of those that I have mixed feelings about. I like architectural photography. In many ways, it’s like the landscape photography of the man-made world. Many of my photos from vacations are of the architecture of the cities I’m visiting. But where around Hattiesburg would I find any

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Negative space can give balance.

Project 52 – Negative Space

You may remember the photo above from my very first blog post on the Pet Photography Project 52. It’s Knox sitting on a white vinyl background. I’m showing it again because it’s a great example of Negative Space. What is Negative Space? Quite simply, negative space is the space around an object. If you want

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Blue

They say when you feel blue, snuggling with a pet can help. What’s that? You can’t snuggle with a pet? Then you can look at these cute pet photos!

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Oak Grove Senior Cade

This senior portrait session was one of the most fun that I’ve had. He had a great sense of humor! Introducing Cade, a recent graduate of Oak Grove High School.

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Filling the frame with Chloe lying on top of a chair back.

Project 52: Black & White

While some people may think black & white photography is simpler than color photography, it’s actually more difficult and relies more on your skills as a photographer | Tim Evans Photography | Hattiesburg, MS

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Project 52: Cityscape

While Hattiesburg is a city, it is still a small city with not much of a “cityscape.” With the help of some “city dogs,” I was able to take some cityscape photos.

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Project 52: Humor

I have a good sense of humor. So why was it so hard to think of a humorous photo? I guess it’s like trying not to think of pink elephants. You can’t do it.

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Project 52: Headshots

When you hear “headshot,” you tend to think of models, or at the very least, some type of publicity photo. This is the story of a dog who wanted a headshot.

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A streetlamp casts a long shadow down an alley in the French Quarter.

Project 52: Leading Lines

Leading lines are a composition technique where a straight or curved line leads to the subject of the photo. Learn more about leading lines in this week’s Project 52 blog post.

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Project 52: Revisit & Re-Edit

This week was sort of a break from the Project 52 (even though I had a break from the past two weeks of travel). The theme was “Revisit and Re-Edit.” We could have another go at any previous theme or just re-edit a prior photo with a different style. I chose the latter and tried to create a look I like.

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A small mixed-breed dog in a pointer pose

Project 52: Wide Angle

“Wide Angle.” To a photographer, those words make them think of a wide angle lens. In this post, I share some photos taken with a wide angle lens and describe some of the difficulties using a wide angle lens to photograph pets and people.

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