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.
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.”
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?