June 27, 2020 at 8:41 pm #51576Martha LappParticipantJune 27, 2020 at 9:22 pm #51580Martha LappParticipantJune 29, 2020 at 11:41 am #51635
Wow, I just have to say, I’m VERY impressed, everyone.
It appears as though a reply that I intended to post on June 22 didn’t get posted for some reason, so just wanted to say thank you @jace, @blessingscaptured, @okiephotos, @freedomphotography, @allienelson, and @ernestf-lloyd for making the special effort to find, photograph, or pull from your archives some good, quality photos to illustrate this concept. Your submissions coming in early secures you a spot earlier on the webinar for critique, too. 🙂 And I was very impressed with the creativity and variety of ideas coming from @creative-click-photography, @bennett-family, @landisfamily, @melodyjoy, @calebmoulder, @greta-kennedy, and @martha-lapp. I never knew that roses had the fibonacci sequence incorporated into their design! Suddenly, we start to notice the patterns in the tinniest little flowers. I hadn’t thought about cacti having symmetry. I was just walking through the woods yesterday and came across this snail, and of course “perfect order” popped into my head. All I had with me was my phone camera, but it never ceases to amaze me where I’ll just randomly find evidences of God’s amazing design around us. So glad you all could participate!
I’ll send your submissions to Eric so he can decide which one(s) he wants to use, and in the meantime I’ll prepare some critiques for tomorrow night’s webinar! If you haven’t already, you can register for it here: https://www.lenspiration.com/photo-critique-54/
July 2, 2020 at 12:32 pm #51819
- This reply was modified 3 months ago by James Staddon.
Ok folks, for those of you who were not able to join me on the webinar Tuesday where I critiqued the photos submitted for this assignment, here’s the replay you can watch! https://www.lenspiration.com/video/webinar54/
Will be announcing the winner here soon.
July 2, 2020 at 12:39 pm #51820
- This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by James Staddon.
Drum roll please! Eric chose @freedomphotography’s photo of the flower buds, and this was his comment on it: “It is a unique photo of blossoms, a type of picture we’ve not yet used on a calendar. And there is plenty of horizontal space for the long verse!”
Evidently the idea of symmetry wasn’t as important as I made it out to be! It was still fun looking for symmetry though. 🙂
Runner ups were @frazer-family’s butterfly: “A butterfly is also something we’ve not done on a calendar, and the white and green of the plant along with the butterfly give some nice color. And there is some space for the verse.”
And @martha-lapp’s bee on a yellow flower: “The bee on the bright flower is beautiful and clear, and there is some nice space for the verse.”
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