It’s Patti’s round, this week, at The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. She reminds us of an old principle this week. Start wide and narrow your view more and more.
So, when coming to a scene, take your wide-angle lens first and take a couple of shots. Then, step further into the scene and look for the details. Isolate a mountain, a tree, a flower, a part of a building, you got the idea. This does not necessarily mean doing macro.
Enjoy the gallery. Hint: clicking in one of the images starts the slideshow in a bigger size.
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18 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challange 151: “From big to small“”
Yes, it’s a different take on the challenge, but I love your collection! Beautiful images, Andre. You’ve also incorporated the size constancy idea, too! Nice!
Thanks, Patti 😊
Wow. Is that heather? Beautiful. I like that last shot of the twisted tree, too.
Thanks, John 😊 Yes, it’s heather.
Thanks, Sherry 😊
Ah heather – I was a bit disappointed when in Scotland that we only saw a few places in the far northwest corner as I’d expected it everywhere. Duh! Excellent choice for the challenge Andre and of course beautifully captured. I liked your approach which gave us a different perspective on the idea.
thank you so much, Tina 😊
Clever interpretation of the theme 🙂
Thanks, Sarah 😊
Very clever! Beautiful images.
Thank you so much, Amy 😊
this is a wonderful selection.
Thanks, Klara 😊
I’ll repeat what others have already said: great interpretation of the challenge and beautiful selection of photos!
Thank you so much, Marie 😊
Great take on – and gorgeous images! I love heather – Erica – and you give them the glory they deserve.
Thank you so much, Ann-Christine. It’s not that easy to capture them appropriate 😊