Thursday, January 29, 2015

Black & White

I've missed you...have you missed me?

I've lost a little balance in my life recently.
Consumed with the day job, 
my new surroundings and tiredness.

I was inspired and encouraged by some friends
 to participate in the 5 day black and white challenge.
5 photos for 5 days all in black and white.

If you followed me in 2013 you know 
that I did a NYC Subway candid series 
on my morning commute. 
If you missed it, you can some 
of it here and here

So, using my iPhone and my 
Hipstamatic app is a lot of fun for me.

Follow me on Instragram @lorimoonstudio
 to see all 5 photos each day. 
Today is day 4. 
Here are a few of my favorite shots from the past 3 days.





Thanks for stopping by.

Friday, August 8, 2014

August Break - Week 1

I've been playing along with Susannah Conway 
and her August Break daily photo prompt.

Day 1: Lunch

 Day 2: Pattern

Day 3: Window

Day 4: Orange

Day 5: Three

Day 6: Reflection

 Day 7: Today is...
an early morning start.

How is your week going?

Saturday, August 2, 2014

August Break w/ Susannah Conway

I've been blog lazy lately...
well, ever since I moved to California 7+ months ago.

My life, day job and all, is crazy busy 
so I am going to play along with Susannah Conway 
and her August Break.
A photo a day based on a prompt. 
Click the image below to learn more.

theaugustbreak6

Follow me on Instagram @lorimoonstudio to view my photos each day
or check back here on Friday's as I will be 
posting my week in photos each Friday.


Sunday, April 20, 2014

Nuance. . .April Moon Day 6

I'm playing along with Kat over at I Saw You Dancing 
and her April Moon reflective writing challenge.
I can't promise I will write everyday 
but I do promise to post at the very least a photo, 
 art, or some thing each day during the next 2 weeks.

Today's one word prompt is NUANCE.


Nuance - a subtle difference in...

I immediately thought of a series of photos
 I took last year at Grand Central Station, NYC.

I stood at the top of the stairs and 
captured moments in time
via double exposure.
The movement, the light,
the hustle, the stillness,
the nuance of the moment
in a single photo.

I could have taken a single exposure,
or even a series of single exposures,
but it wouldn't have had the same emotion.
It wouldn't have captured the nuance.


Focus. . .April Moon Day 5

I'm playing along with Kat over at I Saw You Dancing 
and her April Moon reflective writing challenge.
I can't promise I will write everyday 
but I do promise to post at the very least a photo, 
 art, or some thing each day during the next 2 weeks.

Today's one word prompt is FOCUS.


As a photographer, focus, for me, 
is how I see the world around me.

In life and through my camera lens 
I am often focusing on one thing
and missing everything else around me.
This isn't a bad thing.
It is about catching the moments
and capturing that exact instance.

A good picture focuses on that moment
and can transform the viewer 
to that exact place and time.

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