A source of learning and inspiration, books are a part of all (ok, most?) of our lives, some of them even have pages! (yes, that was a side-eyed shot at people who only use e-readers haha) I personally love a great photography book, but I digress… This week your challenge is to make an interesting photograph with a book! I’ve share a few examples below (They’re from Unsplash, this week with home-school here in Melbourne, I’ve had little time to pick up the camera, sadly!)
You can set a scene with a book, use it’s pages to guide your viewer into your photograph, it can be all about the book, as though the book is for sale and you have to make the photo of it that makes people want to buy it – you can come at your photograph from any angle (in every sense) and I really look forward to seeing your different perspectives this week!
Make sure you tag your photographs with #dPSBooks and #dPSWeeklyChallenge if you share them on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, so that we can spot them and share them.
Four different styles for you to consider, many more options though – it could be a self portrait, a background to a ring (that you may have seen once or a million times in sets of wedding photos)
Make sure you tag us on social if that’s where you choose to post your entry for the weekly challenge.
As ever, some help with sharing your photo into the comments section below (don’t click on this photo to upload your photo, scroll down to the Disqus section, log in, THEN click on the little camera icon in the comments)
Simply upload your shot into the comments field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section) and they’ll get embedded for us all to see. Or, if you’d prefer, upload them to your favorite photo-sharing site and leave the link to them.
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