Photography has the power to enlighten our lives, and how great it is to start our days by looking beautiful pictures in the comfort of our chairs!
Here’s our weekly summary – You’ll find well-curated photos of common chats mixed in with some creative shots from Tersha’s 622nd challenge Use Christmas Bokeh in Your Photos! And as you may have guessed by now, some photos worth looking at from the Feedback Forum too!
Photo of the Week – December 26, 2022
Words by Jasenka Grujin
This week POTW goes to @frogdaily again!
Apparently, he is great at this type of vacation photography. This shot was perfect in composition and lighting, and I loved the unusual mix of colors in the background and in the subject. The reflective surface at the bottom makes the scene even stronger.
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Pour yourself some coffee or tea and enjoy our favorite Christmas Bokeh shots!
What an explosive collection of objects and lights!
Interesting and also a bit abstract.
And now, a basket of colorful ornaments filled with Christmas spirit!
Beautiful and peaceful, the perfect picture for this time of year.
Now, this is interesting! Behind-the-scenes shots with a touch of bokeh!
“I picked up this one a few years ago, and it’s still one of my favorites. I’m inspired to try it again, we’ll see what I come up with this time!”
“Christmas Bokeh Bulb Shot with Lensbaby Double aperture glass of my design.”
Elegant and suggestive; Merry Christmas!
Bokeh can be tweaked to achieve a creative look like this one; use some black cardboard with the picture in its entirety and shoot!
robber stumble with a friendly Santa Claus and wish us all the best for this time of year!
In his words, Dave sharing what looks more like Halloween than Christmas, but what a sight nonetheless!
Daniel seeking advice on preparing this shot for further printing, so far the images look like this, but there is a story behind the shot. swinging and give him more tips if you can find them!
Let’s give a special shout out to Luis B from Costa Rica!
And Robert wish the best for us and share videos filmed on his back “Back Yard” at the neighbors ranch in Wyoming and their two local fishing holes. The Jerusalem scenes were filmed on set in Salt Lake, Utah.
Mobile Monday Challenge is open to share some photos! And if you want to see more shots, check them out Member Choicewhere our community share their favorite photos from us forum every week.
We Want To Hear Your Opinion
Also, us Feedback Forums got some great shots, and it’s clear that some of you have started to build a solid photography style. This is the perfect place for those who want to thrive as a photographer.
Here, your work will be criticized by many well-meaning people, but you will also have the opportunity to criticize your peers. We truly believe in the power of criticism and feedback. Here are some of the most interesting shots shared over the past week:
Shark Tank is a great place to learn and discuss it, so please read the instructions for a better critique experience. Share comments, opinions, and doubts on any or all of the images above. We would also love to see some pictures of your own. Don’t be shy, criticism is given to the photos and not the photographer.
Also, don’t forget to participate in our 623rd challenge Your Holiday Dinner Photography!