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>Assignment #16

>More assignments today from my friend Steph!

“you know those mornings when it’s all foggy and dewey out? maybe you could take a picture then”

I recently went to see the seals that annually visit the rocks off of Rome Point in Narragansett Bay. The day was very foggy and misty, perfect conditions to take a photo for this assignment. The photo itself is of the rocks the seals haul out on (if you click on it to enlarge the image and look closely you can see a seal arching it’s back just below and to the left of the flying gull). I loved how the misty coastline fading into the background silouetted the gull, and the soft lighting from the overcast day.

Next up “beaded drops at the tips of the branches”

I must have taken 30 photos of droplets at the tips of branches while on this same walk to see the seals. Here’s one of my favorites:


>Assignment #15

>Ok, I’m finally recovered from the holiday madness and ready to post a new assignment! I was also finally able to crank out some challenges from my best friend Steph, who was the first to respond and has been very patient waiting for me to find subjects to fit her assignments.

First off – “I would love to see you take a photo of sunset farm!”

Had to wait until after Christmas for this one, as a framed print of this shot was her gift and I didn’t want to spoil the surprise! Without further ado, Sunset Farm’s Kinney Bungalow at sunset.

Next up, “even though spiders are yucky….maybe you could take a picture of a neat spider web”

I thought this web was neat because it’s all lines, instead of the usual dewey circular pattern that is a popular photographic subject. I hope the thin webs show up on your monitor – if not you may want to calibrate it so that you’re sure your contrast and brightness are correct. It may also help to click on the image and view it larger.


>Happy 2007!

>Hope everyone had a safe and happy New Year’s Eve. Welcome to 2007! Big things are in store here at D. S. Brennan Photography this year, starting with the Picture Perfect Evening Gala on February 10. In a few minutes I’ll be posting my newest set of images in the experimental gallery – digital photograms! I’m planning to offer these for sale as prints on canvas, but for now they’ll be a special order item so contact me if you’re interested in one!

Aaron Johnson (the genius behind What the Duck) has a particularly amusing comic strip to start out the new year – enjoy!


>After about 8 years of wanting to go photograph some old mills in Rhode Island, I finally got the chance today – perfect light, too.