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Hood Photo Challenge

a 52 week project, year 2

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June 2015

Week 52 Challenge!!

Here we are: week 52!! I’m so proud to say I’m part of this group – I know I have grown this year as a photographer, and a HUGE part of that is learning from your photos!

Here’s the last challenge of this year… no surprises here – it’s the one we talked about doing: find a picture you tried to take over a year ago. Now, using what you learned this year re-do the picture or concept. Show us how you have improved!

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Week 51

hoodphotochallenge:

faceless portraits.  Ok, since we really want pics of our kids, some of the best pics we can take are of them but not just their face.   so, lets try to do some faceless portraits. 

I dont have my camera with me yet but I will try to take this weeks challenge with my phone. I really want yo get back onntrack.

Week 51 Challenge

faceless portraits.  Ok, since we really want pics of our kids, some of the best pics we can take are of them but not just their face.   so, lets try to do some faceless portraits. 

Week 50!!! Challenge

Wow, week 50? We have almost made it!!!

Lately I have been frustrated by the lack of crispness (presence of blur) in my photos, and I think it has something to do with the aperture that I’m choosing and the distance from which I’m standing. I keep my shutter around 1/200 or above, so I don’t think it’s that…

So I know we’ve done something like this before but I want to re-visit for the sake of tack-sharp pictures: The goal is to figure out the perfect aperture for the picture you want to take (what is best for groups? pairs? individuals?) 

The how is to take a picture at the aperture you want from three different distances – does the distance effect how tack-sharp your image is? Or you could take a different approach and take the same picture at three different apertures – does this effect your image sharpness?

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