This week we asked you to show off your advertising savvy in our Obijuan‘s Harley potato photo. If you’re like me and didn’t quite get the reference, apparently the sound of Harley’s V-twin engine sounds like: potato, potato, potato. In this one, we really liked the light and the way it fell off the subject, and the application of the sticker / logo, whether digital or not was done really well. Congrats to this week’s winners!
We also started our newest assignment this week, Tell Me a Story. For this week’s assignment, we want you to look for something meaningful in your life. It may be an object, it may be a place, but we want you to photograph something wt. a special meaning to you, and if you’d like, we’d love to get a few short lines about it’s background and what makes it special. As usual, a quick rundown of the rules. First, your photo must have been taken between 17-31 March 2010. Second, your post must include the words “Assignment: Tell me a story” and the date the photo was taken. And last, but not least, your EXIF should be intact, and it’s helpful if you can include some of the main details, like camera, lens, shutter speed, aperture, etc. Next week’s assignment will be Spring/Fall. So show us what the change of seasons brings in your area of the world.
Children Photography Tips?: They run around a lot, they don’t always cooperate, but yet, they’re one of the subjects that every parent wants photos of. So the big question is, what kind of tips do you have for someone starting out photographing children? Come share your hints, tips, do’s and don’ts for photographing children, over in the forum.
Tips for Canyon Photography?: What if you were taking a once in a lifetime trip to some canyons? How would you photograph them? What tips do you have for someone who is in just this situation? Come share your hints about how to photograph these natural wonders.
What Got You Into Photography?: When it comes to photography, we all had to start somewhere. So, where did you get your start? What got you into photography? Come share your story with the rest of the forum.
Have We Reached the End of the Era of “Iconic Photojournalism”?: With billions of photos posted on Flickr, Facebook, and elsewhere on the internet, there are, well… a lot of photos out there. While the photos that stand out in our mind are few and far between, it raises the question: will it be even harder to find such iconic photojournalism in the future? Or will these sort of photos become almost unattainable? Come share your opinions over in the forum.
What Would You Do: Almost every week we have a thread dedicated to the challenge of fixing another forum member’s photo. Whether you’re new to post-processing or you could photoshop in an old hat, you’re welcome to participate in our What Would You Do threads.