It’s August and in the heat and (hopefully also) monsoonal humidity of summer, we’re asking you to FREEZE! for our monthly photo quest.
After our “archive dive” in June 2020, we’re back to our regular photo quest routine: if you want to submit a photo, you need to be an SCPS member in good standing, and your photo must be new, and made specifically for our photo quest. The theme for July 2020 is…
Normally, we ask our members to make a new photo specifically for our photo quest – get out and get the creative juices flowing, accept a little challenge, do something outside of your comfort zone, stay active as a photographer – all that. For this month’s photo quest though, we want you to go back into your archives as far as possible. We’re calling it…
(because #throwback was already taken;-)
Photography, the word itself meaning “light drawing”, is all about the light of course. For our May 2020 photo quest, we’re looking for photos where you can “see the light” as it manifests itself as more than just a source of illumination for your photographic subjects. We want the light to be the subject.
All good parties begin and end in the kitchen. Why shouldn’t photography happen there too? We’re sure that you’ll have no problem submitting a photo for our April 2020 Photo Quest, with the theme: “In The Kitchen”.
Spring in Southern California, with its blooms of wildflowers, bushes and shrubs alike, with morning dew on fresh growth and if we’re lucky a bit of rain as well, is a great time to make macro & close-up photos. And if the weather is really too bad to be outside, you can explore the details of everyday objects inside your house – or whatever you want to inspect up close with the camera for our March 2020 photo quest:
Macro & Close-Up
February is a short month but you’re getting an extra day in 2020 to interpret the theme for our Monthly Photo Quest: To The Sky!
We hope you all had a great New Years Eve and happily crossed over into 2020 – it’s a new year, a time for a new Photo Quest! We picked a theme that will hopefully give you plenty of ways to interpret it: