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The days are getting darker, it has been raining a lot.
Sometimes the rain lasts for days and most people would agree that there is nothing better than having a warm cup of coffee (or tea) and to binge-watch your favourite series on Netflix. But despite of all the cosiness of being home, there are beautiful things going on outside at this time of the year. I love to take pictures on the edge of darkness and to capture the autumn atmosphere, even though some days it does feel like it takes a great effort and I have to drag myself out of my comfort zone… Luckily I managed to go out and take my photo-walks on the neighbourhood. These are October’s favourites shots:
So, it is time for some more night photography. And if you saw a bit of my posts before, you have seen that I usually like to take pictures at night.
Earlier this week I submitted some night photos to the Lensculture Streetphotography awards. You can see my photos here.
I particularly think it is nice to send some material, regardless of being published or chosen by their jury. It is a nice way to be part of a broad network and I found many cool subscriptions and references of other photographers too. So, that’s nice.
These pictures were not included, though. I just took them after my subscription 🙂
I have been digging in my files today and found these night shots from last winter, that haven’t been posted yet.
I’ve been focusing on my Instagram account recently, so if you wanna follow my posts, I suggest you to take a look there instead. But after working on a new layout for my page, I am quite motivated to reactivate and post more stuff here as well.
Have a good weekend!
For the first update here this year, I decided to look back to the pictures taken in 2016 and make a selection of 9 photos based on my instagram account. These are photos that somehow got more attention from the viewers.
I know that there are many factors that may play a role when it comes to the amount of “likes” a picture gets and in most of the cases it doesn’t mean anything, but I was curious if these photos had anything in common at all or if I could see a trend in terms of composition that could be related to them.
So, here they are:
Happy new year!