Last snowy sky in Maryland.
Assignment: We have all heard of landscapes where most of the attention goes to the ‘land’ part but there is also such a thing as a skyscape where we focus mostly on ….yes, on the sky. This week creative Framers, your challenge is to keep your eyes on the sky, wait and look and search for something dramatic and then photograph it. It is up to you to decide if you want to capture clouds, the sky during the blue hour, the sunsets or sunrises, the night sky or to even shoot the moon. The sky, as they say, is your limit. You also don’t have to photograph JUST the sky. You are more than welcome to have foreground elements, people, silhouettes, etc. and whatever. As a rule of thumb, the sky in skyscapes usually take up two-thirds of the photo. In landscapes the sky is often limited to one-third or even less. This however, is merely a suggestion. Your sky photos are totally dependent on your own interpretation and the strength of your neck muscles.