I love the diversity of images we see in the Northumberland Camera Club.
It really doesn’t matter what level of experience photographers have, or what equipment they use, every image captivates me.
Tony Baeza and Deborah Osborne showed that you can get some fantastic and very different pictures with mobile phones.
Others’ images this week were shot with a mixture of bridge cameras, a drone (or a very tall tripod!) and DSLRs.
Pictures can vary enormously within one genre.
For example, Sandra Hare’s silhouette at sunset and Chris Wilson’s view of Hadrian’s Wall are completely dissimilar landscapes.
Likewise, Sandra Iddon’s Arctic Tern and Keith Cochrane’s Osprey are super bird shots, but very different in their style.
Tracey Watson produces some fantastic landscapes, but once in a while shows her versatility with sublime floral images, and this one was a treat. As a still life it is totally unlike Thomas Nichol’s bit of magic with his floating watering can.
This week’s challenge words are Game and Doorway, continuing the month’s theme of capturing high contrast photos.
We’ve seen some fabulous shots so far. Keep them coming and keep clicking.
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