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50/50 project #37/50 In the round (by Cheshire photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
Day 37. In the round.50 days with a 50mm lensOk, confessions first. This project was originally about taking a photo every day with a 50mm lens for 50 consecutive days... major fail! This is probably day 75 so I've really fallen behind. But having got so far I don't want to abandon it so will carry on, on the premise that I will have taken 50 photos with a 50mm lens when I finish.So, after a considerable
5 reasons why you should do a photography project (by Cheshire Photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
All 366 images taken during my photo project in 2012(Click to enlarge)I love babies and (most) kids and for some crazy reason I like to earn a living by chasing them around with a camera, capturing natural photos of them and selling them to their parents. Newborn babies are my favourite subjects as they don't get about so much and because they are without exception extremely cute.In 2011, however,
50/50 project. #36/50 Cupcakes (by Cheshire photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
Day 36. Cupcakes50 days with a 50mm lensBit of a foodie theme this weekend with cupcakes from a charity cake sale today. A 12 year old girl in our village is well on the way to raising £2000 for a charity that her nan has set up to help a school in Kenya. Can't help but admire her energy and resolve - and baking skills!The Mary Wood TrustIf you'd like to know more about the charity get in touch and
50/50 project. #35/50. Churros. Nom nom (by Cheshire photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
Day 35. Churros. Nom nom50 days with a 50mm lensIt was foodie heaven at the Nantwich Food & Drink Festival this weekend and also a treat for me with lots of colourful food and people to photograph! Firm favourite with all four of us were the churros with warm chocolate dipping sauce, well worth the 20 minute wait in the queue.By Jane Burkinshaw. Share this post by clicking on one of the
50/50 project #34/50 Bad laundry day (by Cheshire photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
Day 34 Bad laundry day50 days with a 50mm lensCall me sad but I love this cheap little laundry dryer. It makes hanging out socks and smalls so much easier - less bending down to the peg bag must be better for my poor aching back!This pic also gives me chance to "air" one of my grievances - people who tumble dry all year round and don't ever peg out laundry outside, even on sunny days. What wanton wastefulness
50/50 project. #33/50 Headline news (by Cheshire Photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
Day 33. Headline news50 days with a 50mm lensThis attention grabbing headline certainly worked on me!By Jane Burkinshaw. Share this post by clicking on one of the Share buttons on the right hand side. I'd love to hear your comments too!
50/50 Project. #32/50. Summer stripes (by Cheshire Photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
Day 32. Summer stripes50 days with a 50mm lensThe best summer in years is drawing to a close and one of the things I'll miss about it the most is lying in dappled shade in my hammock, swaying gently whilst looking out over the garden, reading or snoozing.By Jane Burkinshaw. Share this post by clicking on one of the Share buttons on the right hand side. I'd love to hear your comments too!
50/50 project. Day 31/50 !Yo Sushi (by Cheshire Photographer Jane Burkinshaw)
Day 31 !Yo Sushi50 days with a 50mm lensI've finally given up on my 50mm f/1.8 lens which has been struggling since I dropped it (it was knocked out of my hands by a boisterous puppy!). Focusing has been hit and miss and it's been making grating scratchy noises. With my birthday imminent I've been treated to the Canon 50mm f/1.4 today - a more grown up version - faster, quieter and with even more bokeh!
50/50 project. #30/50 Making Waves (by Cheshire photographer Picture It Big)
Day 30. Making waves50 days with a 50mm lensSuddenly it feels like Autumn with a nip in the air and a cold breeze which was whipping up waves on the surface of the lake.By Jane Burkinshaw. Share this post by clicking on one of the Share buttons on the right hand side. I'd love to hear your comments too!