Photo Challenges Week 5
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Photo Challenges, Week 5

I’m completely satisfied to announce the fifth week of our picture images theme problem and Uncooked modifying problem. It’s exhausting to imagine it’s been a month since we’ve began these!

The challenges come each Friday, and you’ve got till Wednesday to submit your leads to the official threads on our discussion board. After the deadline, we’ll function just a few of the submissions on Friday to indicate off the creativity of our discussion board members! Earlier than I discuss a few of final week’s submissions, let’s see this week’s problem.

Week 5 Photography Theme Problem

This week’s theme is vegetation. Though vegetation keep nonetheless, I’ve at all times had hassle doing justice to vegetation. Present us your finest plant photographs!

Do you wish to submit a photograph for this theme? Submit it on this thread.

Week 5 Uncooked Modifying Problem

For this problem, I’d like to focus on the most recent addition to Photography Life’s Uncooked picture database, the Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3. The Uncooked problem for this week is a shot Spencer took with this new lens, which is obtainable for each Sony E and Nikon Z techniques.

As ordinary, any sort of processing is accepted, from typical edits to one thing extra uncommon!

NIKON Z 7 + TAMRON 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD A047Z @ 70mm, ISO 64, 1/13, f/5.6
Unique Uncooked File

Accomplished modifying? Submit your edit on this thread.

Week 4’s Outcomes

There have been some fairly dramatic and funky pictures for final week’s theme of ‘shadows’. We had hassle selecting those to show right here since there have been so many attention-grabbing interpretations of shadow.

I actually loved Jirolainio‘s submission:


The diminishing of sunshine in direction of the camera actually provides me the impression that I’m in a shadow, and the silhouette lends loads of thriller to the 2 folks. Good work and nice composition! Let’s have a look at one other submission by delange:


What a neat long-exposure impact! Apart from the wonderful colours, the graceful reflection of the beams within the water actually provides a final touch to the shot.

rjbfoto submitted a neat shot with loads of dramatic shadows in a geometrical sample:


The shadows on the fitting of this picture from the cubical buildings distinction so properly from the common sample. Lastly, let’s check out JonC’s submission:


Though a lot of the element is hidden right here, the attribute home windows and folks counsel all kinds of prospects. JonC wrote in his submission: “The shadows are so sturdy we can’t make certain the place or what this place is. Who’re the souls within the home windows and what are they doing right here? The reality could also be way more mundane than the creativeness fears.” Good description and nice picture!

Now onto the Uncooked problem, which was to edit this:

NIKON D800E + 50mm f/1.4 @ 50mm, ISO 100, 1/25, f/11.0
Unique Uncooked File

Though there have been fairly just a few good edits, I’d like to focus on HMS’s submission:


The colours are pure, particularly across the solar (which is commonly one of many trickiest elements of a sundown), and I additionally just like the darker foreground, which provides a extra emphasis to the sundown.

In closing, I’d prefer to thank everybody for his or her submissions. We glance by way of all submissions and personally, I actually get pleasure from all of the totally different approaches our discussion board members take to the themes.

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