The challenge for the week of Feb 19 to 25, 2018 at 52Frames.com was the theme of “Common Objects”. Here is the photo that I took. It’s of the light switch in my office, which inspires me daily. It reminds me to be mindful and serene in all that I do.
What did you take? Share it so we can take a look!
Don’t forget to sign up at http://www.52frames.com so you can participate in future weekly challenges! This is a great way to stretch your photography wings :).
The 52Frames.com challenge for this week (ending Feb 18 2018) was a Levitation photography challenge – here’s my entry. Did you submit anything?
I wanted to do something trickier with me sitting on a ‘floating’ meditation cushion but I ran out of time. There’s only 24 hours in a day!
So happy! Bob See and I have both made the top “All Star” level on the latest GuruShots.com Amazing Architecture photography challenge. It ends tomorrow afternoon. Mine is in Seattle while his is in Myrtle Beach during Hurricane Irma.
Are you participating in this challenge? What did you submit?
Here’s my page –
Thank you to Jennifer Waller Mottram for both taking this photo in the first place and then tracking it down for me tonight when I wanted to use it as an example :). The upcoming photography challenge for this week is a levitation photo challenge – how can you make an image seem like it has levitation in it? Without PhotoShop? It’s a fun challenge! Join me!
In the one below I used a trick of perspective to make it seem as if I was holding up the tower. How could similar techniques be used to make it seem as if something was levitating?
The weekly challenge for 52Frames this week was the Architecture photography challenge with an extra bonus for “wide angle”. I used the wide angle lens attachment for my cell phone. It’s pretty neat! If you’re not currently a member of 52Frames (it’s free) sign up now so you’re ready for next week. If you are a member, post your photo below!
Here’s what the image looked like with the standard cellphone lens.
When you add on the wide angle lens, you can suddenly see more in all four directions, although it’s a bit fuzzier. I stood in the exact same place for this. This is the Whitinsville Library in Whitinsville, MA.
Here is the lens kit I’m using:
One of the current photography challenges at GuruShots is on the theme of trains – here’s what Lisa Shea put in but she knows Bob Evans has far better images :). Are you guys participating in this challenge?
The weekly photography challenge at 52 Frames is “Neglected” – here’s what I took today. Clearly I haven’t been watering my flowers quite enough :).
It’s free to participate in these photography challenges and they get your creativity going!
I bought a 20x macro lens for my cellphone – this is the innards of my pendant watch. The attachment works pretty well! It’s for the 52Frames weekly challenge of “new”.
What are you working on today?
Today’s fun was turning an abstract cyanotype into a coaster. It was too small to frame and I had this spare coaster, voila! Now it can sit on my desk all day long!
What are you up to today?
Week 4 for 2018 in the 52Frames weekly photography challenge is “Something New”! For this week ending Sun Jan 28 the theme is about trying something new. Image by Lisa Shea and Bob See
What will you try for the “Something New” Photography Challenge?