OK. Attention people. After hard thinking, I’ve decided to start making my “Sweet Dreams” Photography project into a huge thing and I would love for people to contribute to this one.
This is how you guys can help. Photograph something that you always love or dreamed of doing one day. For example if I love my street because of the way it looks or because I lived there for a long time, then photograph it. Or if you dreamed of working with animals, then take a pic of your favorite animal. The only rule for this is it has to be something you loved or dreamed of doing one day. With that said lets begin and btw this is NOT a contest. Just a fun filled project so good luck
Here’s an example of my wonderful favorite thing
To email photos, send them to email@example.com
And yes everyone will be credited for their work.
Have a wonderful day
Well you know how you try to take a photo but you end up failing at it or the settings comes out wrong? It happened to me last year but had a very happy ending. So here’s the story
I was walking around Times Square Manhattan in New York City taking some photos and stuff. So when I saw a really nice tall building around 42nd Street-7th Avenue, I’ve decided to get a photo of it with natural colors and stuff. So I took out my camera change the shutter speed to low light settings so the photo will come out bright and clear. Shot my photo. I then just remembered that I’ve forgot to change the setting to make the colors natural so when I was about to delete the photo. I looked at and I just look at the photo really shocked and surprising. That’s when I realized and notice because of an epic fail/mistake the photo actually came out WONDERFUL. Yep thats true. I was really happy and it came out to be a different/cool way and I said “This was better than the natural colors”. So to this day I still think it’s the best night scenery photo I ever taken. The lesson is if you want to be creative, try to experiment different settings/features on your camera so that way you can see how it will come out and look at it in a different positive view. With that said here’s the photo
Daniel Smith (c)