Sunset, March 16th
Eye Candy is a phrase used to describe something beautiful to look at. The sunset last night was just that. We were drawn to the light as it ushered our eyes into a celebration of color! The contrast of the dark budding branches on the backdrop of blue and pink gradients of color was sent from heaven for sure!
The sunset was captivating, with the warm and cool tones of lavender and pink cotton candy. My husband watched me while I captured a cloud formation from the kitchen window with my iPhone.
In retrospect, my husband is always an eyewitness to my creative process. He is watching quietly from across the room, or even better, sharing a moment, a thought or idea, that could be the start of a great collaboration.
Who is your witness to your creative process?
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This post was crafted by Meyer Clark Studio and inspired by The Daily Post and #Photo101 on WordPress.
Is there one word to describe feeling happy and sad at the same time?
The last day of August brings to mind how very short the Summer season is in Michigan. While I’m feeling melancholy that my favorite season is almost gone, I pore over all the Summer months of photos to get a sense of time gone by.
Summer Sunset with Dad and Ron.
Makes me smile.
Capturing the tiny details of flowers at different angles, watercolor sunrises and boats were my subjects this year. On August 22, my Dad and my Husband on the dock studying something in the water at sundown, symbolizes the goodbye to Summer for me. Still, I’m happy because we were all together in this beautiful place.
Traverse City, Clinch Marina
Moody Sunrise on Grand Traverse Bay
Photography by Tresa MeyerClark.
MeyerClark Studio 2015
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Inspiration.”
Inspiration to create can come from where I feel balance. Balance in a color scheme I’m working on, or even in that feeling of accomplishment. Completing a challenging day at work, then returning home to receive a big hug from my husband where he meets me at the doorway, every day. And of course, the colors of the light, softly painted into an amazing summer sunset at the Northport Marina.
What inspires you?
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Photo by MeyerClark Studio. Inspiration: Sunset at Northport
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Close Up.”
Color is important to me. Before designing a jewelry piece, I combine shades and textures that I’m drawn to. The Swarovski Crystal beads have amazing light reflecting qualities, and this color, Antique Rose, it very close tho the Pantone color, Marsala. The bands of color on the agate slice that I hand-picked for this piece, blend well with the crystal beads. This is an amazing close up! The finished piece can be viewed here in my Etsy shop where I added fancy caps to warm, golden jasper beads.
Photography Class – Day Two
Today, let’s focus on a street. It can be a quiet road blanketed in snow,
an alley near your apartment covered with murals, or a busy street.
Capture an establishing shot: a wide-angle photo that sets up a scene.
A sunrise offers the most colorful light in a landscape photograph, and my favorite. I Framed these up with my amazing IPhone 5S.
The road that leads to the boat launch. Seasons come and seasons go, but the best are those we spend on the boat. Do you see the moon? Looking forward to going down this road again soon with my family.
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