Continuing with the inspiration from Tyler Mitchell’s MasterClass, “Tyler Mitchell Teaches Storytelling Through Portrait Photography,” I took this photo looking at the living room floor. What you see when you look at your floor? In my July posting I mentioned Mitchell’s recommendation to take pictures every day. Observe the floor beneath our feet — that’s do-able.
Do you like those vertical blinds on windows that are probably from the 1970’s? They’re pretty good for privacy. Photographing them using a filter on the Paper Artist app created a cool affect I couldn’t resist sharing.
I love this app and the 40+ filters you can use to make any photograph into a work of art.
What type of light are you looking for?
Light seeping in on the edges. Whether it’s a bright day or a dim one, blinds help you regulate light. And dark. If we could have similar filters for what we hear, oh think of that.
Following the advice of photographer, Tyler Mitchell, in his MasterClass “Tyler Mitchell Teaches Storytelling Through Portrait Photography” I’ve been taking a series of photographs of the floor.
You can see Day One of my series by clicking HERE.
Applying an app I love called Paper Artist, the image immediately skewed in a new direction.
The exercise is easy.
Who doesn’t have a floor?
Here’s what I captured on Day 2. I was looking at the floor through crossed legs. The Paper Artist filter pushed the image into an abstraction.
Like Tyler says, “Daydream about photography.”
The message from Tyler Mitchell’s Master Class was clear: photograph something every day, even if it’s the floor or the ceiling.
SO I’m taking his advice.
Here’s a photograph of my floor.
I was having fun.
“Explore what interests you,” says Mitchell in his course. You can find out more about it at:
Can you tell I love abstract art?