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The Art of Seeing: Shoot Adjustives not Nouns Please go to the calendar for details and a link to register.
Digital competition. The last date to enter is the Thu before the competition via PhotoContestPro. Please review the definition under Competitions > Subject for Special Assignment competition. No makeups.
What do you see?...We go through each day taking for granted the beauty that surrounds us…usually following a similar pattern…The iPhone is an amazing tool that can record the images that speak to us. Come along with me to explore the possibilities.
5/10 - Member Sharing - The B Sides
For this member sharing event, we‘d like you to share one image that you considered putting into competition this year (in one or more competitions), but didn‘t end up using it. Share your image, tell us a bit about it, and then tell us a bit about why it didn‘t make the cut for competition. Was there some flaw? Did you like the image, but just didn‘t think the subject matter would resonate with the judges? Did it just get out-competed by other images? What caused you to ultimately reject it for this year‘s competition?
To share your image, just upload it in PhotoContest Pro in the "competition" marked "The B Sides..." by midnight on May 9th.
At the meeting on May 10th, we‘ll project the images and give each member 3-5 minutes to share about their image and why they didn‘t end up choosing it.
Just remember, some of the B sides on albums went on to become the classics and more famous than the A sides.
Looking forward to it.
Can a "real" photographer capture images using a cellphone? You bet they can! This online talk will be a live fun, educational discussion to teach you how to make better photos using a smartphone (or any camera for that matter). Steve will conclude the talk with three tips for making better photos.