Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Leading Lines- A definition

Leading lines are to point towards an interesting subject. They lead the eye from one part of the picture to another: from the foreground to the background, the secondary subject to the main subject. Diagonals and arcs or other unclosed curves are good examples of leading lines.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Photoclub 2. Feb 28th 2009

Theme "Leading Lines"
Location: "Kings Cross St Pancras- next to the kissing statue."
Time: 15:00
Date: 28/02/09
The idea of this months theme is to force us to consider using lines in our composition. Lines that lead the viewers eyes into the photo, manipulating the audience to look further into the scene. Shooting in the wonderfully laid out St Pancras international station, we will find lines a plenty- and not just at the longest champagne bar in Europe!
Of course with the current climate of photography in privately owned places, if we get kicked out of Kings Cross, we will walk down the canals to Camden and have a cheeky half at a pub!
let me know if you want to come along! or 07834768098

Monday, February 09, 2009

Photoclub 1. Jan 31 2009

Location: Borough Market
Theme: Food

Bright and Early is the best way to describe the first meeting of Photoclub. You really couldnt ask for a better winters day. The long shadows and the blue skies helped inspire all the keen participants that braved the cold wind and early morning alarm clocks...

A.A's photos

SC's Photos

EW's Photos

Marcus's Photos

MT's Photos

Feel free to leave comments about your favorites, any tips and of course any ideas where you would like to see the next photoclub!