Lens-Artists PC: Shadowlands

Here is one of those compilation posts I like doing so much, of shadows that I see if I look around, which I tend to do.

They say that the camera only teaches you how to look around without a camera, which becomes painfully clear whenever I don’t have it with me. So many things happen that now I only leave it at home when it’s raining, and I regret it even then.

Here are some shadow glimpses then. Each is not much on its own but each has a place in this company of shadows and all together they are a joy to behold. Welcome to my shadows!

For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Tina of travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com: Shadows


      1. All are taken with an I-phone. The optics have improved considerably in the past few years. Zoom ad angle is still not great but I’m confident this will be fixed within five years. I also use Photoshop for framing, a it of cleaning, light adjustments. That’s all.
        I’d stopped taking photos in the late 90’s because of the bulk. My Asahi-Pentax, a wide angle, a zoom, 3-5 kilos easily?
        Now I carry my I-phone in my back pocket. My hands and eyes are free. I see something? I grab the phone. Take a few shots and that’s it. Limitations? Yes. Not good for portraits. Animals. Can’t play with light, shutter speed, etc. But for my type of photography it’s fine. 🙂

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