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so, in order to #makeroom for new projects, I am giving away some yarn again this week ... [edit: all yarns have found a new home] #freudeteilen #glückschenken #reuse #bewegwasmontag #minimalisticmonday #allesmussraus #wenigeristmehr ❤️❤️❤️ Would anyone like one of these #yarns? 500 g very chunky yarn for bags, pillows or the like #sheepyarn lovers only :-) | 100g heavy merino @knittingforolive | #doll #mohair very #yellowish | pink #crocheting #yarn perfect for #naturkindermandalabag ... Will send each shown PACKAGE to whoever comments first ... I am tagging each #picture as soon as it has found a new home ❤️❤️❤️

Every so often, clouds form in such a way that they might look interesting or beautiful on their own. But try to resist the temptation to capture a photo of just the clouds; instead, include foreground elements to the scene. While the sky can certainly be the key element of the image, they often serve better as backdrops. Do you agree?

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An important thing to consider in texture photography is to shoot your subjects from the right distance. There are no fixed rules from which you must shoot photos, but you must be careful about what you're shooting, how much detail you want in the picture, and where the light is coming from.

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Plants have inspired artists for thousand of years. They're in the art of ancient civilizations, and are a central theme in a wide variety of modern art, such as still life paintings and photography. They're fascinating subjects for any photographer: they make for really friendly subjects for a beginner's early experiments, and experts can play with light, focus, and composition in order to come up with more creative shots.

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#minimalisticmonday #allesmussraus #wenigeristmehr ❤️❤️❤️ [edit: all yarns have found a new home] ... Would anyone like one of these #yarns? 500 g merino yarn 3-fädig | #doll #mohair | chunky merino @woolandthegang ... Will send each shown PACKAGE to whoever comments first ... I am tagging each #picture as soon as it has found a new home ❤️❤️❤️

Sometimes photographers feel like they need to travel to exotic places or snap portraits of famous people to have a worthwhile subject for their photography. The truth is, for the creative photographer, there are great subjects all around. Whether your subject is something that's rarely photographed, or something that's common and accessible, it always helps to look and capture things from different perspectives.

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Photographs speak even if we can't hear them! You may think that you can't capture emotion with inanimate objects, but you can certainly create mood and atmoshere with any kind of subject. Indeed a single photo speaks a thousand words, showing us different feelings and emotions without saying a word.

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Doors and windows tell us so much about a location's streets, history, culture, plus they're everywhere! They come in all shapes and forms: big, small, plain colorful, old, new, modern, and antique. They mark boundaries between spaces, protect our homes, and help keep loved ones safe. When we look at the front of someone's house, we think, about its occupants, look at thr knocker or bell or observe the current state of thr building. All this tells a story.
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"You get what you work for, not what you wish for." 💪🏻 This weekend I painted my (ugly) tile counter tops to look like marble and put up peel and stick tile backsplash. It was so fun to share the transformation 🙌🏻 (its saved under my kitchen highlights). I might not be able to afford a full kitchen renovation right now, but I am sure determined to still have a cute space! Even if that means I'll be in here painting for the rest of time 😉😂 The backsplash was pretty much instant gratification- its like a sticker. Just peel off the back and put it where you want it. Then you can cut it with scissors to go around outlets. 👌🏻 These cute hexagon marble peel and stick tiles are from @wallpops and I give them a 10 out of 10! I have a full rundown on my blog today if you want to see the whole process (link in bio). 😘

Have you ever tried peel and stick tile? Do you have any questions about them? 🤔

“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” — Dorothea Lange

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Photographing ordinary, everyday objects is a charming way to capture the essence of the place you're travelling to. Signs and billboards are interesting subjects that are both universal yet individual. They say a lot about the location--whether it's a modern or traditional one, a touristy place or a hole-in-the-wall, etc. I love comparing and contrasting from different countries. On one hand, they can be humorous or incredibly unique and only applicable to a location, but on the other hand, they can be surprisingly similar to what you see at home.

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Apply the 'frame within a frame' technique to add depth and context to your photography, as well as to lead your viewers' eyes in. Foreground frames are the simplest way of using this technique; simply choose part of your scene to be the subject, and then find a shape that's in the foreground to 'hold' the image. Adjust the exposure if necessary, then press the shutter. Done!

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Photography is a two-dimensional medium, which means that one of the toughest challenges photographers face is making a 2D image look 3D. Highlighting texture, which exists on the surface of your subject, is one way to accomplish this. Texture is another one of the six classic design elements: line, shape, form, color and space. Examples of subjects with strong textural qualities are walls with peeling paint, reptile scales, or a crumpled bag.

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