REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Guerrilla photography

     Today, I'm linking up with SWEET SHOT TUESDAY
 after Darcy's month-long photo workshop. One of four photo workshops I took online dealt with 'guerrilla' photography.....those close-up images taken surreptitiously in places such as restaurants, where there are many colorful opportunities.  Icy drink glasses, colorful sauce bottles.....all make good subjects.  In fact, during that workshop, I bought a pocket camera (Fuji Finepix F100) that takes wonderful photos is low light; I use it for many other photos as well.   These particular guerrilla photos were taken with an Olympus ultra-zoom; the light from the large restaurant window provided perfect light.   (click on photos for larger view)



9 comments:

Louis said...

I love the TABASCO one.
Louis

rachelshoots said...

I love these shots. It's a great idea. I'm curious: is the F100 related to fabled F30?

Sarah Halstead said...

I love them. Great idea.

Ashley Sisk said...

Very cool shots.

Rosie said...

Beautiful - what a great idea!

lifeatthespeedofmyshutter said...

Very interesting! I love the perspective.

Louis said...

Thank you for the nice comment on my blog. All I did was tell him sit.
Louis

Coneflower Ranch said...

Love the colors in the Tabasco one! Great shots!

Margaret Bednar said...

I like this idea... and the photos are really interesting! The Tabasco is really fun.