This week’s photography challenge is to capture a picture of an everyday item – SHOES – and let it tell a story. Where have they been? Where are they going? What have they seen? or Who do they belong to? Everyday items tell great stories that we often overlook.
We loved seeing your take on this theme. Here are a few we wanted to feature, but make sure to check the album on the group page for more.
Submitted by Amber Bullock Owens
Submitted by Amy MagnetGirl
Submitted by Julia Hall Altork
Join us for the biweekly photography challenges. You can use the photography challenges to grow as a photographer by stretching your creativity, trying new techniques and shooting images you may not have shot otherwise. You will have the support of a large group of photographers who can assist you and give you feedback as you work on the challenge themes and skills.
The team would like to thank everyone who submitted a photo for the challenge. You have one more week on this theme, so come join our Facebook Group and participate now.
The editing challenge continued this week with more magical composite photos. Our photo editing challenges give you 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.
Several of members of the group have shared great edits. Here are a couple of additional photos we would like to share:
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.
Thank you again to Elizabeth Hall for providing an easy tutorial and for allowing us to use her photo. The current challenges are linked at the top of the group. Remember, you can also ask for critique on your edit.
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