In this modern age of photography you here more and more that one has to specialize in order to be successful. This may be true in some cases and when I was running my studio I did just that. Portraiture was my specialty and I was pretty good at it. However after 15 years doing this I became a little tired and choose to cut back. This did not mean I stopped shooting, as those of you who follow my writ tings and photo's can attest, but just changed directions.
I have rediscovered the joy of just taking photo's for myself and what I want. These last four days show some of the variety of subjects found to create my photo of the day.
October 8. Luke had pulled out this old alphabet puzzle and had left it sitting in the middle of the basement. I was attracted by the colours and the letters and turned the iPhone on it. Some post work in Snapseed gave it a little pop.
The rain then started that afternoon and when I was on my way to SAIT for my evening class I saw this lone leaf stuck to my windshield. A quick snap with the iPhone made for an interesting shot.