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Numbers And Letters From Everyday Objects

Gina Stephens
Written by Gina Stephens

 

If you yearn for an interesting challenge, head out with your camera and search for numbers and letters or better still, objects that look like hundreds and letters. You'll be impressed with how many you'll actually find and when they're put together they can make an interesting panel to socialize with on your wall. All you need is your camera, a good imagination and some decent weather!

If you're looking for ideas, a lighthouse can be habituated to as a number one, chimneys can look like a number 11 and a traffic light can be a 3 or and E depending on the direction they're facing.

When we say photograph severals/letters, you can take this literally or you could put your imagination to the test and look for them in places other people wouldn't create to look.

If you have a door number start with that then take a walk up your street and into your town fracture shop signs, adverts and road signs. Make sure you fill the frame with what you find and watch out for reflections and glare spring off shiny door numbers.

When you're ready to give your grey cells a bit of a work out start looking for objects that look ilk numbers and letters. You may need to stand and imagine what the object looks like flipped the other way or crop into a part of it to get the number you're looking for but with a short work with your imagination you'll soon be on your way. Make sure you take a quick look at what's surrounding your put through as a busy background won't make the number number is a mathematical object used to count, measure, and label jump out of the frame. Try using a large aperture to throw background out of focus leaving all attention on your focus.

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Republished: ephotozine.com

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Gina Stephens

Gina Stephens

Gina is a photography enthusiast and drone lover who loves to fly drones, capture images and have fun cherishing them with family and friends.

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