I had quite a few good photos this year, and it was hard to choose just 10 that I liked. I got really lucky with some of my shots, and one very important thing that I learned this year is that sometimes the shot that you take by accident can be the best one. Here are my favourite 10 pictures from this year!
I like this picture and the way that the plants and flowers are crawling up the tree stump. The lighting is good and I like the shadow that the stump casts. The texture of the tree is interesting and the way the light is coming through the cracks of the stump and hitting the leaves growing up the tree.
I like the different perspective of this picture. I like the lines of the bench and I like that she is looking away from the camera while gently holding the flower in her hands which are wrapped around her knees. She is in a very natural and comfortable pose and doesn’t look stiff at all.
I like this peak of emotion picture of Katrina. It reminds me of a sunglasses add. My favourite things about this picture are the way her hair is blowing in the wind and how she is gently rubbing her fingers through her hair. It is very elegant looking.
I like the angle of the sign in this picture and the textures of the silly string and spray paint on the sign. The cut off corners and tight framing of the picture are nice too.
This was one of the pictures from out Toronto trip. That was my favourite project because I got a lot of good pictures, and was able to capture a lot of emotions. I like this picture because it kind of tells a story. The surroundings help make the photograph. It makes you wonder what this woman’s life is like and it leaves a lot to the readers imagination.
This is a picture of my sister taken in my backyard. I love the muted colours in it and the hair that is swept across her face. The flowers on her eyes are different and I like that her mouth is open it gives it kind of an eerie feeling.
This is just a simple studio picture. I took a picture of my Toms and arranged them in a way which they could be sold as stock. The lighting is good and the background is crisp and white. I think it is a pretty good photo considering I took it in my makeshift studio at home.
I like the angle of this picture. The trains seem as if they are never-ending because of the angle I took it on. I like the graffiti on the abandoned trains, it gives it substance.