A New Experience

by Camellia Staab August. 09, 2020 620 views

This week's 52 frame challenge required that we try something new. Something we have not done before. Some of the ideas they suggested were:

- A new photo technique that you have never tried before --this could be both in camera and in editing! 
- Visiting a place (restaurant, museum, coffee shop, street, city) that you have never seen before
- Experiment with a brand new hobby, for example knitting, tree shaping or skydiving!
- Have a closer look at your camera’s manual and try something you have not done before, for example shooting in manual mode, in RAW or with back button focus
-Create a memory. Find an activity that would be so new and exciting to you that you will cherish it for the ages

I chose experimenting with capturing frozen flowers.

Some of the results came out nice, in my opinion, others blah. But nevertheless is was a fun experiment.

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Pino Pino 7 months, 1 week ago

Love them all but #1 is my absolute favorite!

7 months, 1 week ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Pino Pino 7 months, 1 week ago

Thank you. It was fun experimenting smile

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Greg Blaney 8 months ago

These are beautiful, Camellia. I have been thinking of trying this for some time now but heard that often bubbles will freeze in and destroy the effect. And not being as experimental as you, I gave up. You've inspired me to try it. Are there any tips to pass along?

8 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Greg Blaney 8 months ago

The only lesson I learned is that distilled water does freeze more clear than regular tap water.

8 months ago Edited
Jay Boggess 8 months ago

Love the creativity, uniqueness, colors, compositions, cheerfulness, details and clarity!
You never cease to amaze! 
smile

8 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Jay Boggess 8 months ago

Thanks Jay, A girl gotta keep herself entertained in this day and age.

8 months ago Edited
Jay Boggess Replied to Camellia Staab 8 months ago

No doubt!!!
Glad you chose to take us along  too!
Thank You!
+1grinning+1

8 months ago Edited
Antonio Gil 8 months ago

I think I prefer them "au naturel". But I love your photos and creativity

8 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Antonio Gil 8 months ago

It is much more abstract so I do agree that au naturel is the better, especially if "macroed" smile

8 months ago Edited
Heike 8 months ago

I agree with Sherry, #8 is beautiful. I think, it's because the shining white on the left side makes it so dreamy. The other ones are not so mine, but it's a nice experiment.

8 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Heike 8 months ago

I do agree that #8 and #7 are much better captures than the rest. The only other one that I actually like is #1 because of the frozen lines.

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Adrian Morris 8 months ago

Fascinating!

8 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Adrian Morris 8 months ago

Not something I would do on a regular basis but it was worth a try.

8 months ago Edited
Berckmans Peter 8 months ago

Great detail in them. Love the post.

8 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Berckmans Peter 8 months ago

Thank you, it was a different type of entertainment smile

8 months ago Edited
Yashil Dreepaul 8 months ago

Love the details and sharpness of the images!

8 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Yashil Dreepaul 8 months ago

Thank you smile

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