One of my favourite things each month is reading my photography magazines. One of the subscriptions is a gift from Ross’ parents for my last two birthdays. The other, Practical Photography, I have been ordering myself for the last two years. When I first started buying this magazine, they were half way through a camera school where you got given homework each month. Unfortunately, I was a bit late to the party so missed most of the assignments. This time around, I have managed to start from the beginning.
The brief for this month was to take a classic landscape image with leading lines, a focal point and using the rule of thirds. As you can see from my photo, I managed to succeed with the first two parts but forgot the rule of thirds! Here was my feedback for module one:
I was pleased to receive a silver award and here is my certificate: