Month: April 2014

Day IV

Day IV. A difficult one.A big personal challenge to get this post out as all my original plans went down the drain and I got stuck in other challenges I cannot talk about.  Remember the NDA … Day IV is not an easy one. I am sure Shelly will recognize the feeling, yet at the …

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The Dark Room

Yesterday I went on a smaller rant and shared my view on what a photo does to me.Regardless if it is a newspaper headshot, a selfie with an iphone or an artistic fine print. The picture should tell me a story.The story of the Misty Mountains or the sexy bathroom in that six star dining …

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The Typewriter

Shelly recently wrote a long and passionate post on why you should use your DSLR and if you missed it, I really suggest you read it. I fully agree with Shelly on the advantages of a DSLR equipped with a great prime and set to capture RAW when shooting your adventures, yet it is not …

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The Spring Equinox

With the Spring Equinox in full force and the Bunny Crew™ out and about in the garden to hunt for eggs and candy it is time to sit back. Sit back, and reflect at some of the postings Shelly made earlier this week here on Stuck In Plastic and the discussions we had in The …

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Happy Easter …

Happy Easter, Young Ones !As most of you know, Sweden is always a day ahead of the rest of the world and we celebrate everything on the eve of … including Easter Eve, Christmas Eve and Midsummer Eve. I guess this must go back to the times we sent our Vikings™ down under and wanted …

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Challenge Yourself!

This month I took on a 30-day photo challenge offered up by one of the many toy groups on Instagram. I have always resisted the 365 photo-a-day project or other challenges. For one thing, I knew I did not have the discipline to post a photo a day and I also wanted to do my …

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The Toys Are Alive

One thing that +Me2 and I agree on is that a good image is one in which the viewer makes an emotional connection with the image. As I look back through the last six months of my images I wonder if I can tell the difference. What makes one image of a small plastic person look more …

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The Green Room is Humming

I can’t tell you how thrilled +Me2 and I are that several awesome fellow photographers have joined our Green Room, introduced themselves and metaphorically lashed their boats too ours. It feels great to begin this journey, where ever it will lead us. The door is still open for any like minded photographers to join. Check out the Green Room and …

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