Just like last year in June, we’re doing an “archive dive” edition of our monthly photo quest — we’re asking our members to dig deep and find the oldest photo that fits the theme “Waves” in their archives. The older, the better!
It is the beginning of May and that means: time for another photo quest! Minor Martin White said: “one should not only photograph things for what they are, but for what else they are” — but since we don’t want to overload our monthly photo quest with too much meaning (it’s about getting out with the camera and having fun!), let’s train our perception and the way we see things with a little scavenger hunt for….
Things With Faces
It’s April 2021 and we continue to challenge our members to get out and make a photo for our monthly photo quest. Here’s the next theme:
March 2021 is here and we continue to challenge our members to get out and make a photo for our monthly photo quest. Here’s the next theme:
After our fresh start into 2021, we continue our monthly photo quests and here’s the next theme:
It’s the beginning of a fresh new year, and the theme for our first Photo Quest of the year 2021 is… Fresh. For the quest, show something fresh, convey the idea of something fresh, the concept of being fresh, photographically. We don’t want to influence your creativity in any way so there is no example photo here, and no ideas either – you have to start… fresh! 😁
It’s the last month of 2020 and just like last year, we’re asking you to pick your ONE favorite/best/most-meaningful/significant photo, and share it with us. The Photo Quest for December 2020 is: Your Best Photo from 2020.
The end of Daylight Saving Time means not only shorter days and the need to adjust your camera’s time. 😉 On the plus side, sunset and the beautiful “Blue Hour” before dawn and after sunrise are within easy reach now. You can make twilight photos and still be home in time for dinner. Let’s take advantage of it!