Metal Pigs Can Fly
The house we are leasing is full of the owner's quirky and remarkable sculpture collections. This is my favorite and it greets me each day while I sit on the front patio and eat breakfast.
Just two shots (the first one cropped off the top of the wings).
Google Pixel XL2
Focal length 27mm
Our cell phones and digital cameras have spoilt us with unlimited shoots and retakes. You can literally take thousands of photos until you have finally shot that single one perfect photo. This week, however, you are only allowed to use one single "roll of film" to shoot your photo (not literally, we mean 24 clicks of your digital shutter!) You get to choose the subject and are also more than welcome to edit as much as you like. But you are limited to only one “roll of film” to take this week's photo. So this means ONLY 24 frames (or 12 if you wanna make it more challenging). And if none of those photos are ‘perfect’, you still have to choose one of them to upload to the album. This is a chance to channel the film photographers of a more analog photo world. Take your time to study your scene or plan it very carefully. Remember to check the background and the edges of your frame and know what is the direction and quality of your light source. Only press the shutter once you are 100% convinced that the frame in your viewfinder is the perfect photo.