Happy New Year from Project MCP! We hope your 2013 celebration was safe, happy and full of photographic moments. The final challenge for Project MCP, December, Challenge #5 was to capture a photo representing “13″. The Flickr gallery may have been feeling a bit unlucky as the “13″ photos posted to the gallery, but the Project MCP team was feeling full of hope for the New Year as they picked their favorites.
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There have been so many beautiful, creative and poignant photos submitted over the past year. The Project MCP team would like to thank everyone who participated in this year’s project. We have all grown as photographers and friends through this experience.
“Should old acquaintance be forgot and never thought upon”……. Nope, definitely not! Project MCP may be over for 2012; however, the challenges do not have to end.
For 2013, we have decided to make the process of sharing work more simple. Rather than the complex structure of blog posts and features, we are moving things to our MCP Facebook Group called SHOOT ME. When you join the group, you’ll be notified (assuming you keep your settings on) of photography and edit challenges. You can share your results and get instant feedback and critique from photographers worldwide.
The best part about this community of MCP fans is that you can ask photo-related and editing questions whenever you like and get advice fast.
Join now. It’s fun – it’s free – and it will help you improve your photography, editing, critiquing, and even teaching skills. All levels, from brand new to highly experienced photographers are welcome to become a part of this community!
We will look forward to seeing everyone on Facebook!
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