Tag Archive: Rachel Cater Photography

Broken Wooden Fence

I have been taking photographs from a close perspective lately. I saw a broken fence and felt that this would make an interesting photograph. I chose to shoot from a close viewpoint because… Continue reading

Photographs from a closer perspective

  It’s fun to take shots of objects from different perspectives. Things that look ordinary from a distance can look really special closer up. I wanted to share four colour photographs that I took of… Continue reading

Shapes & Shadows at a Playground

I noticed some eye-catching and unique shadows underneath a playground and was interested by the shapes that were created. I wanted to focus on the shapes and shadows and felt that the photos would work better in black &… Continue reading

Dogs in and around Toronto

I love capturing the beauty in things that most of us tune out. That’s why I enjoy taking photos of everyday objects. I think that for the most part, you can control shots… Continue reading

Black & White Photography: Graffiti and lock

I came across a building with graffiti which caught my eye. It felt abandoned, sad and a bit lonely. I decided to take a wide angled shot to feature the property and the… Continue reading

Reflections in Puddles Series

I wanted to share more photos that I took of reflections in puddles. I love the surreal, mysterious and dreamy effect that it creates. I used Adobe Photoshop to adjust the levels and… Continue reading

Black & White Photography: Fences and Shadows

I was walking the other day when some fences caught my attention. I used the camera on my Samsung Galaxy S3 to take some photographs. I took the photo on the left because… Continue reading

Colour Photography: Puddle Reflections

I wanted to take some new photos using my DSLR camera.  Yesterday, it was overcast and a bit rainy so there were puddles everywhere. I started to notice how things were reflected in… Continue reading

Using Colour to Strengthen a Photo

I love the timelessness of b&w photography and the energy of colour photography. Depending on the subject, colour can enhance the strength of a photo. I recently took photos where one colour was… Continue reading

Black and White Photograph: Train on Tracks

I took a photo recently of a train sitting on the tracks. I chose to take the photograph on an angle for a different perspective. This photo works better in black and white… Continue reading