Photos of the Week - Week 6


Critique Group Challenge: 

Week 6, Contemplative

Photo by Allison Haggarty

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Allison says: 

Pyramid for commuters

I started out for the day thinking of a specific location and view in the St Henri metro station. I did in fact take a bunch of shots of the inverted triangle window just above these bricks. But then, in the spirit of being "stuck in place", I stayed there and started looking more at the surroundings. This r a low-key view of the yellow bricks and angled walls below the window.

IMHO photography can become a contemplative e when we stop long enough to really observe our surroundings.


52-Week Photo Challenge Class
Week 6 - Long Depth


Week 52 Photo Challenge:

Week 6, Long Depth

Photo by Penny Hill

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Penny says:  

Dallas Arboretum, what a challenge to get a longer focal length and keep everything in focus. I do like how this one turned out, but I had many that went in the trash.


Smart Phone Photo Challenges
Week 6 - People/Pets

Smart Phone Challenge:

Week 6, People / Pets

Photo by Gigi Kandler

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Gigi says:

This is one of those quickie snapshots Ricky talked about in this week's video. I used the facetune app to remove the wrinkles the sun made on my right cheek, and the built in functions to add a vignette, convert to black and white.

Ricky's Challenge Photos

Smart Phone Challenge:

Week 2, People / Pets 

Photo by Ricky Tims

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Ricky says:





Critique Group Challenge:

Week 2, Contemplative

Photo by Ricky Tims
from the 2022 Critique Group

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Ricky says:

A snow day can be far from contemplative. But when it's calm and the temps are mild, there is magic. This is in our garden. Apparently the delicate snow blew off the stones. Edited with some clarity reduction.


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