It’s the start of of a new week, albeit a short one here in Germany, as we’re looking forward to two bank holidays on Tuesday and Wednesday, to which I’ll be adding two days of much needed vacation. Throw in Halloween tomorrow, and there will be plenty of opportunity for photography the next days.
November is coming up, in Central Europe commonly dubbed as the most dreary, grey and dullest month of the year. To bridge the time until the start of the festive season, why don’t you take on some creative projects during November, whether it is taking your camera and go shooting some things you haven’t before (find ideas in my Instant Inspiration series in my Learning Center), improve your post processing skills, compile a photo book of your work, or try something completely different like sketching or sculpturing. Brighten up your November by doing something creative.
For some more “creative” Street Photo impressions from Portland’s Saturday Market continue after the jump…
The above photos are impressions from my visit to Portland’s Saturday Market last weekend. Taken with my Olympus PEN-F and the mZuiko 14-150mm F/4-5.6 Travel Zoom. RAW conversion and monochrome treatment in Lightroom Classic CC.
Have a great week!