This week’s topic is Anything Painted. You can get artistic and show a painter or photograph a wall with peeling paint. And don’t forget about cars and trucks that are painted. Have some fun with this topic. There should be a wide range of things you can photograph for this week. Feel free to dig around in your archives for photos if you don’t have anything new you can photograph.
The painting of Nandi on the walls of the temple of Lord Shiva
This vehicle is called Jhakda, it is a common means of transport in many parts of Rajasthan, it is very colourful and is fun:)
My daughter stuck the shells of Badam, a dry fruit on a powder box and painted it to make a small vase for dry flowers and leaves:)
Horizons in general. You are the artist and photographer. You can play with your camera to get a slightly different view with changing where your horizon is in your photo. Horizons go hand in hand with the Rule of Thirds which we will cover in later challenges. Depending on where your horizon is, you guide your viewers to what you want to show off in your photo.
Show us 4 to 6 photos where there are a lot of horizontal lines not necessary horizons or you have at least one strong horizon line.
Show us at least two photos with multiple horizons. Yes, the horizons have to be straight.
The road, the railway bridge, horizontal lines and the horizon
A temple festival in our place, the steps to the temple. Horizontal lines
This photo is from the platform , there are a lot of horizontal lines.
A temple not far from our place
We had been to Pushkar in Rajasthan a few years ago.