June 21, 2019 at 12:02 pm #41082
• Purpose: Photo will be published in IBLP’s printed Biblical Character Illustrated Curriculum!
• Request: Esther is looking for two pictures of toys to contrast orderliness and disorganization.
• Special Instructions: She imagines a well organized system (perhaps plastic containers on a bookcase, or shelves in a child’s closet?) to illustrate the organized photo, and then the same perspective of the same scene with the same toys spread out on the floor or dumped in an untidy heap for the disorganized photo. The kind of toys in the photos is important; she doesn’t want the photo to go out of date quickly. No Frozen or Disney toys, super heroes, etc. Acceptable toys would be more like standard blocks, wooden cars, dolls (not Barbie or Cabbage Patch), books, Lincoln logs, Legos, etc. A special note for the disorganized photo: she doesn’t want it to look like a room or section of the room is filled with toys because that could draw attention to the amount of toys instead of the fact that they are disorganized.
• Orientation: Vertical pictures are preferred.
• Photo Specs: JPG or DNG, at least 2000 pixels longest edge. Edit however you like. No watermarks.
• How to Submit:
1) Attach JPGs less than 8MB in size in reply to this topic (especially if you would like them to be critiqued).
2) Upload originals or DNGs to this link.
• Remuneration: Lenspiration members will be awarded $20/submission if chosen.
• Terms: By submitting your photo(s) to Lenspiration, you agree to the terms outlined in the STS Photo Assignment Agreement.
• Deadline: Midnight Saturday, July 13, 2019 (or until this topic is no longer highlighted yellow).
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June 21, 2019 at 1:27 pm #41128June 27, 2019 at 10:36 pm #41382
- This topic was modified 3 weeks, 4 days ago by James Staddon.
Here are a few photos.June 29, 2019 at 12:26 pm #41458
Sarah BeersParticipantJuly 1, 2019 at 11:36 am #41556
Awesome! Thank you @sarahb! Isn’t it just so much fun to make a big mess on purpose? 🙂July 6, 2019 at 10:22 am #41693
I think I might have just made a mistake. I tried to upload my JPEGs to your DNG/originals link. I hope it won’t cause problems (if you see any pictures by me coming from the DNG/originals link, you can count them out because my photos are attached to this reply. If you have questions or problems with it please let me know). Now that I have read the instructions more thoroughly, like I should have done the first time, here are my shots. I would love any feedback/critique if anybody has any to offer. Thanks!
July 6, 2019 at 9:09 pm #41721
- This reply was modified 1 week, 4 days ago by Elliot Mullet.
For some reason, the photos I have uploaded so far are all duplicates. I guess I am having some for tech problems, so please bear with me. I have 4 photos I want to submit. My previous replies contain the first photo, plus two copies (I’m not sure what’s going on). I think I can submit my photos without a problem if I submit them one photo per reply, so I will send this reply with my second photo and then two more replies with my third and fourth photos. Here goes. This is the second photo:July 6, 2019 at 9:10 pm #41723July 6, 2019 at 9:14 pm #41725July 9, 2019 at 2:44 pm #41828
Love your photos @elmullet! I am able to view all 4 of your submissions, so thank you for your persistence in getting them submitted! Currently, I am not seeing anything here on my end that may have caused the difficulty in uploading, so I’m glad you’re figuring it out on your end. It’s all part of the process of shooting real-life assignments, right? 🙂 Feel free to let me know if there’s anything on the Lenspiration website that could be set up better to make it easier for you to upload your photos or whatever. Just shoot me an email at james @ lenspiration . com
Also, if you are able to upload your original/DNG files via the Dropbox link I provided in the details above, that will help me critique them better on the webinar next week!
Thanks for your participation!July 10, 2019 at 4:39 pm #41863
Here are a couple other ideas. I realize that the first photographs are not toys, but they demonstrate organization vs. disorganization.
July 10, 2019 at 9:07 pm #41879
- This reply was modified 1 week ago by Frazer Family.
Here are my submissions! Besides toys in the attic, (which is not a place to photograph! 😀 ) we don’t really have a toy area, because my youngest sibling is seven years old. So, these pictures are taken in our church nursery.
I’m thinking the Noah’s ark pictures are not exactly “organized toys” like Esther was thinking, but it could be a example of God’s orderliness. How they came to Noah two by two. I imagine it was orderly, not them trying to go in at once! 😉 It was fun trying to picture that!July 12, 2019 at 1:02 pm #41937
This assignment was definitely much more challenging than I anticipated, in many ways – finding an artistic angle, lighting, editing, etc. But it was fun… this was the most I’ve played with toys by myself for a lonnnng time!! 😀 I outsourced to our church nurseries too; we don’t have a play area at home since the youngest in our family is 19, and our first little niece is only a week old. 🙂 And thanks to my sister Julianna for helping set up some of the shots, too, while I was giving a violin lesson.
Oh, another thing, I never quite know whether to explain thoughts behind why I set up shots for STS assignments the way I did or if I should let the photos speak for themselves. Thoughts?July 12, 2019 at 1:13 pm #41948
@jamesstaddon, I’m not sure that the disorganized photo for that last pair uploaded correctly… It appears that it did and it’s just not showing up as a preview in the attachments, but let me know if I need to re-upload it. I don’t think I’ve ever tried uploading that many photos at once!July 15, 2019 at 8:40 am #41994
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