Photo Challenges Week 6
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Photo Challenges, Week 6


We are actually on our sixth week of our picture images theme problem and Uncooked modifying problem.

The challenges come each Friday, and you’ve got till Wednesday to submit your leads to the official threads on our discussion board. Earlier than I discuss a few of final week’s submissions, let’s see this week’s problem.

Week 6 Photography Theme Problem

This week’s theme is the solar. The solar isn’t straightforward to include into pictures, so let’s see the way you do it!

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

Week 6 Uncooked Modifying Problem

This week, let’s take yet another shot from Spencer’s Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Uncooked samples put up.

As typical, any kind 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 @ 256mm, ISO 64, 1/250, f/8.0
Authentic Uncooked File

Completed modifying? Submit your edit on this thread.

Week 5’s Outcomes

Week 5’s theme of crops was considered one of my favourites to this point. I’d like to start out off with Nightjar’s submission:

Photo Challenges Week 6

In line with him, this flower “is among the only a few plant species that grows underneath the acute circumstances within the volcanic deserts of the Icelandic highland.” I really like the composition with the environmental context within the background. What a lonely flower!

Let’s take a look at the submission of PRG Lagarde:

Photo Challenges Week 6

The smooth, shallow depth of subject goes nicely with the harmonious colour scheme of purple and yellow. Subsequent, I’d like to point out TomP’s submission:

Photo Challenges Week 6

The juxtaposition of the rising crops and the tall buildings is putting, and the colours work very nicely right here too. Good work!

As for the Uncooked problem, Gusbatero submitted a pleasant edit:

Photo Challenges Week 6

The light tonal separation within the midground along with the brighter foreground offers an fascinating impression of fading into the gap.

Thanks once more to everybody who submitted pictures for this week, and we stay up for subsequent week’s submissions!

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