Thursday’s Special: Calligraphy

 

Interesting theme this Thursday comes from my guest Meg Davis. Meg sees calligraphy in nature; I saw it in smoke signals; and you might see it elsewhere. Whatever your take on this theme, we look forward to your entries for this challenge.

 

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Wishing you all a creative and happy Thursday!

 

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If you want to check out entries to this challenge, click on the links bellow:

 

95 Comments on “Thursday’s Special: Calligraphy

  1. I’d do anything to prompt one of your exquisite flame photos. This one calligraphs beautifully the flame swirls: the fine lines of light and the creamy-brown eddies of density behind them. Thanks you for great pleasure.

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    • You really know how to challenge us, Meg. This is smoke, fire would be even more difficult to photograph in this form ;). I wish I had a house or at least a garden or a porch or yard to make fire, but the only thing I can do are small flames in my tiny apartment.

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  2. Very good. I can’t begin to imagine the time ad work in setting up the light and taking shot after shot of the smoke… πŸ™‚
    (And what did the smoke signals tell you?)
    πŸ˜‰

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    • This one was a real challenge. Thank you Tobias for taking time to see my entry and for your comment.

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  5. I love your matches and candles photos. when I grow up I want to make photos of such quality πŸ˜‰

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  10. Another lovely interpretation of another thought-provoking challenge. Love your smoke signals Paula πŸ™‚

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  11. Absolutely amazing Paula! You really wow me every time I come here. Your images are so creative and of course always stunning! Great take. I love it! πŸ˜€

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    • I’m very glad you saw this one, Uday. It is not easy to “write” with a single match πŸ˜‰

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    • This means a lot Lisa. I like experimenting, and fire is something I like playing with (camera or no camera) πŸ™‚ Thank you.

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        • πŸ˜€ where did you find this cool bonfire emoticon? this type of shots requires an assistant that blows a tripod and camera in burst mode.

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          • πŸ˜€One of my favorites from my ‘nature’ emojis on the iPhone. Thank you very much for the tip. I have not tried to use a tripod, but I think that is up next. And the assistant is a great idea. I can have The Captain hold the match and then I won’t singe my hand πŸ˜‰

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  12. Love the picture.
    Photographing smoke is always something of a challenge, because it is quite unpredictable – but if you get it right, you can see amazing forms in (or through) the smoke.

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    • You are quite right Rabirius – it is one of the hardest photographic experiment I have undertaken so far. I am very glad you have checked it out. It is much appreciated.

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