This week’s theme “First thing in the morning’ certainly provided a big variety of photos and subjects. I personally loved how each photograph told a little story and provided a small peek into the photographer’s life. Choosing just 10 was as hard as ever. There were so many wonderful, inspiring and deserving photos! For a procrastinator like me it took forever to settle on the final selection. Enjoy!
If you’ve been featured this week one of the moderators will be adding the I’ve Been Featured badge into the comments for your Flickr photo. Feel free to take this badge and use it on your blog, Facebook etc. And everyone who joins the MCP Project 52 is welcome to use the ‘I’m a Participant’ badge, grab the code and use as you like.
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Now moving on to week 19. We’ve chosen the theme “Window Light”. Here’s my rather straight forward example of making use of natural window light of a baby was placed right in front of the window.
If you want your image to be considered for the blog you will have to upload your interpretations of the theme between Saturday 7 May and Friday 13 May and make sure we can grab the HTML/BBC code on flickr so that we can link directly to it. Otherwise there is a catch up ‘grace’ period of the weekend of 14/15 May, after which that theme will be closed off as far as submissions to the group pool are concerned. Of course you are free to create your own Project 52 album following the themes (or not) for your own enjoyment to a time schedule that works for you.
This week’s feature photos were compiled by Marieke Broekman, who is Dutch but has made her life in New Zealand. She’s a Nikon girl dreaming of giving up her day job to realize her dream venture that she aspires will one day combine her two greatest passions: photography and mixed media art. She shares her life with her 2 children and you can see more of her work on her (sadly neglected) blog. (OMG how embarassing is it that I haven’t even updated it since I last choose the ‘top 10′ – and then some. Story of my life: slightly chaotic, somewhat forgetful but always well meaning)From Color to Black & White In Seconds Using Photoshop Actions
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