Shoot daily photo challenge :: week 4+ roundup

And finally January is over!  I must say, as much fun as I had for my month-long shoot daily photo challenge it was extraordinarily time consuming.  Nevertheless, I love a good challenge especially when I see results at the end of it.

Instead of a theme for week 4+ I went for a free for all and included photos from the few days the Brit and I spent in Prague.  Throughout January I stayed true and took daily photos until days 27 & 28th, the days after we returned from the trip where I had work to catch up on.  The rest are iPhone photos since my camera is still in the camera bag resting from Prague.  Behold, here are photos from week 4+:


Old Town in Prague at night. I loved the illumination of the tower and that little streak of light from another roof top. While I’ve read many poor reviews of the Sony A7r in regards to low light photography, I thought it worked pretty well. This photo was taken handheld.


Prague Castle guards marching in unison. This picture is a bit soft but I like the dreamlike quality of it especially since I felt that Prague looked like a fairytale amongst the light snow flurries.


A vague attempt at street photography, I’m still too chicken to get any closer.


The Church of Bones in Kutna Hora mesmerized me. There was much to photography but I chose this for my photo of the day to offer a different perspective and to emphasize how raw it is (as opposed to a delicate decoration).


I’m a sucker for morning light. This was taken at our hotel Art Deco Imperial.


Ok, so I like afternoon light too.


This is a replacement photo since I didn’t actually take a photo that day. I’ve meant to visit the King’s Cross Winter Sun installation for a while now so I’m glad to check it off my list. Love its reflection!


I fell off the detox track while I was in Prague so this was an attempt to eat well for the day. Kale, kimchi and egg, there is not better breakfast!

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Beautifully tiled floor and a treasure map to my favorite Chinese bakery in London’s Chinatown.


One of things I love about Instagram/iPhoneography is that I’m continually inspired and challenged by photography and styling. I find that I love working with layers, a clean color palette and favor overhead shots.

If there’s one thing I learned from the shoot daily challenge is that if you look hard enough, you’ll definitely find something interesting to shoot regardless of where you are.  #JustGoShoot


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