Thursday, May 14, 2015

#KCBWDAY3: Photographic Experimentation



#6KCBWDAY3  Our challenge today:
Every Year Knitting & Crochet Blog Week tries to feature at least one day where photography takes a key role, because it has been proven many times that what captures reader’s attention for the first few seconds to hopefully hold them long enough to invest the time to read your words is your pictures, and so this topic crops up each year, but every year it yields such different results! Refresh your skills at creating attention-grabbing pictures.

My passion for crochet is inextricably linked to my everyday life. No day is complete without some crochet on the hook! I am no expert photographer, but I do like to experiment and to try and take some unique headshots that express my love of crochet or the season in which I am writing.


I derive comfort from my crochet and it feels like a fuzzy hug!


Warmth from Winter Scarves


Sometimes I like to be silly, and I call these shots "Yarnheads."


YarnHead with Hook
 This is the first one I did. The balls of yarn grew larger from here!



I wore this one for my official photo as the 2014 Inductte into the CGOA Hall of Fame
Expressing who I am through photos...

Chicago

Just me!
Some photos I like:

Yarn Bomb on hotel sculpture: This elegant dog is made more elegant with crochet!

My current Timeline on Facebook: CGOA 20th Anniversary Commemorative Hook




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