Oh my, time flies! May has firmly arrived and we’re hoping for cool and cloudy days under our “May Gray” marine layer but instead, it looks like we’re getting cooked with another heatwave instead, in the coming days. To counter the heat, the topic for our May 2022 Photo Quest is…
Inspired by Lauri Novak’s talk from March and the photographic exercises she mentioned, the photo quest for our members in April 2022 is a photographic study of a household item.
Compared to February, our members get three more days to make a photo for our monthly photo quest! 😉 This month’s theme is Numbers in Nature. Continue reading for the details!
For our February 2022 Photo Quest, we’re asking our members to look On The Ground. This broad theme will allow for close-ups, abstracts, macro, even landscape photography from a frog perspective. The possibilities are endless, and this theme also goes well with our February activity in the desert, of course. 😉
Just like in previous years, we’re asking our members to go through their photos that they made during the course of the year to pick their single ‘best’ or ‘favorite’ image of the year.
For the November 2021 Photo Quest, a dive into our member’s photo archives is requested again — as we all have those images: something did NOT go the way we intended it to go, at all… and yet, the result was a surprise, unexpected, and we’ve held on to that photo: it’s a Happy Accident.
October has arrived and the days are getting shorter. The light is more gentle, the days are getting shorter, the weather seems more unstable, the spell of summer is broken. The Photo Quest theme for this month is: OPPOSITES.