Monthly Archives: March 2008

Day #91

Posted by Caz on Monday, 31st March 2008

Day #91Title: Exploring Green
Location: At home
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 50mm EF f/1.8 + 12mm extension tube
Notes: Some more table top work today, for the my rainbow week theme. This is a pencil case I’ve had for years – it shimmers wth irridescence in the right light. And it had the perfect combination of textures and different greens to give it a bit of interest.

Day #88

Posted by Caz on Friday, 28th March 2008

Day #88Title: Exploring Red
Location: At home
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 50mm EF f/1.8
Notes: Inspired by some single-colour portrait shots on Flickr, I decided I’d spend the next few days exploring the colour spectrum. And it’s dark and rainy outside again, so some table top photography will cheer me up. The first colour is Red, and this little chair fitted the bill perfectly.

Day #87

Posted by Caz on Thursday, 27th March 2008

Day #87Title: I See Spots Before My Eyes…
Location: At home
Camera: Canon Ixus 850IS compact
Notes: I’m planning a colourful week (see the next 7 posts!) so decided to look around for something monochrome today. I’ve also been busy at work, stopping only to make a cuppa from time to time. And what did I spy when I opened the cupboard for a fresh mug? Drinking too much tea can make your eyes go funny…

Day #86

Posted by Caz on Wednesday, 26th March 2008

Day #86Title: Tools Of The Trade
Location: At home
Camera: Canon Ixus 850IS compact
Notes: This week’s 366 theme is 9 to 5, showing something which represents what you do for work or study. So here’s me WeavingDreams – I snuck up on my laptop screen with the Ixus and it’s done quite a nice job. Wonder if it will build the rest of the site for me too… ?

Day #85

Posted by Caz on Tuesday, 25th March 2008

Day #85Title: Cloudscape, Grace’s Walk
Location: Little Baddow
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes: A quick trip out this morning around Boreham and Little Baddow provided me with today’s picture. I was amazed at the detail I was able to bring out in the clouds – it looked very much paler before I had a play around with Photoshop.