The subject of this week’s MCP Shoot Me edit challenge is a sassy portrait captured by May Wrath.
Here’s the photo people got to edit:
We asked the members of the MCP Shoot Me Group to use their creative skills to edit this photo in their own personal style. Here are a few of the team’s favorite edits:
Submitted by Amanda Gardner Utz
Submitted by Amber Schaub
Submitted by Christine ‘n Brady Sines
Submitted by Linda Hufstedler
Thank you to everyone who participated; we enjoyed seeing your take on the challenge. Didn’t get a chance to edit this week? You still have an additional week to participate.
The photo edit challenges give everyone a chance to edit other photographer’s images, share them for critique, and see how others edit the same photographs. Participating allows you to practice editing, learn how to give constructive criticism, and watch what steps or Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets are used in various edits. Join us to edit the bi-weekly photos. There’s one more week left for this one.
If you have an idea on how you’d edit the image below, or want to see and learn what others did, JOIN US HERE.
This week the Photography Challenge continued with more reflective photography. It has been a pleasure to see everyone’s interpretation of the theme this week. Here are a few that caught our eye:
Submitted by Becky Knowles Gray
Submitted by Jaylene Claire Stevenson
Submitted by Lisa Hill
Submitted by Kate Walter
We want to thank everyone who participated this week, as usual, there were so many striking photos. If you want to see more photos focusing on reflections, check the album on the group page.
The photo challenge is a great way to reach outside the box and work hard. You have the support of a large group of photographers who can assist you and give you feedback as you work on specific themes and skills. Make sure to visit the the Facebook Group on Monday for a new Photography Challenge. We cannot wait to see your answer to our latest editing and photography challenge!Sneak Peek: Coming Mid February to MCP Actions
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