Some time ago I made an image of a zebra at Calgary zoo as part of a 52 week project I had set myself in an effort to be more creative. I really liked the way it turned out and thought it would make a nice series. The idea has floated around my head for some time and as I find myself housebound with injury this week I decided to make a start on my collections. I decided 5 shots would be enough for each topic and have posted two topics to begin the project. I'm already wondering what would be my third so I have no doubt more will follow.
Creating a series actually makes a nice little 'back pocket' project to help keep you interested during those lulls in work. It also forces you to consider other ways of shooting a topic you may have already shot many times. It also provides a topic that you are now always on the lookout for wherever you are shooting. You can find the Series 5 project here or anytime via the link in my Tips & More section in the tabs above.
My chosen image to accompany this post is one from my 'Tell it to the trees' series (which is the second series 5 posting). Taken in the giant redwoods of northern california it's a simple image to capture the texture and form of these spectacular leviathans.
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