Last week, Cee challenged us to break the rule of thirds and put our subject in the center of our photos. This turned out to be much harder than I expected! Trying to get the center of a focal point right in the center of the frame showed me just how much my hands bob around. Just about every shot I took was a tad off center. Luckily, that can be fixed by cropping the picture into a square.
Oops, it appears I can’t crop evenly either!
It’s too bad photo editing can’t really correct for the lack of sharp focus you get when shooting in low light without a tripod!
Or the slight blur you get when you are just a little too close….
With so little plant life out there right now, I didn’t feel like trimming any off this cabbage or the camellia I found blooming in a churchyard.
In response to Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Centerpoint
* Just a side note: WordPress is malfunctioning this morning and I am unable to reply to comments. I’ll work on figuring out what the problem is later this afternoon after getting my grocery shopping out of the way, if I survive it. With Christmas just a few days away, it’s sure to be crazy out there and I’m feeling absolutely awful so my patience is sure to fall short. If you hear a news story about a Mill Creek woman freaking out in a Fred Meyer, it will probably be me!