Must Have Zigged When I Should Have Zagged

Apparently the meaning of this is to turn in the wrong direction when following a specific route….so if somehow you ended up here at “Say It With A Camera” instead of somewhere else, I hope you’ll stay and at least have a look around. What’s in it for you? Well you can use any of... Continue Reading →

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Lines and Patterns

Regular readers will notice that I have not used Weekly Photo Challenge in this weeks title. The idea was first suggested by RJ Silva in his blog post An Unusual Point of View and having seen this weeks challenge title I’m going to join Rolando in doing the same. So to this weeks challenge. Lines... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Nowadays, cameras are everywhere and in March 2013 The Verge reported that Flickr had a total of 87 million registered members and more than 3.5 million new images uploaded daily.I don’t take pictures for the sake of photographing. I take photographs to express what’s going on inside of me. Photography turned out to be the... Continue Reading →

52/2013 Week 36

Do you ever set yourself a project and then find you're continually chasing to catch-up? That’s the way it been with this years 52/2013 Challenge. It’s not that I'm failing to get the weekly photograph, more the time required to process the photograph, post it to Flickr and then write the blog post. It doesn't... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

Many of my photographs are taken using the Sigma 10-20mm wide-angle lens fitted to my camera. With a wide-angle lens I can fit more into the frame, especially usefully if I am working with wide open landscapes or the cramped interior of a church as I often do. The downside of a wide-angle lens though is... Continue Reading →

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