Now that PAC is running a weekly theme in the Google+ PAC Community, as well as in the Facebook PAC group, we’ve decided to highlight THREE Weekly Theme Recognition photos:
- one from the weekly Google+ theme submissions
- one from the Facebook “Creative” theme submissions
- one from the Facebook “Technical” theme submissions
The three chosen photos will be posted right here on the blog every Monday morning. So … remember to check out the blog on Mondays to see if your image was chosen!
And now, without further ado, here are the three images the judges have chosen to recognize from last week’s PAC themes!
:: Google+ PAC Community Weekly Theme, “Color in Motion” Recognition ::
Congratulations, Larry, on your PAC Community Recognition!
Larry took this beautiful “Color in Motion” photo of the inside of a kaleidoscope with his iPhone. SO creative (the judges agree that they wish they would have thought of that!).
Larry is one of our local Arizona photographers. He hails from one of the most-picturesque cities in the state: Sedona. Larry is a very active poster in both our Google+ Community and in our Facebook Group. He frequently wows us with his images of those beautiful, mystical red rocks.
Congratulations, Larry Pollock, on your PAC Community Recognition! We always love your work and look forward to more!
:: Facebook PAC Group – Creative Theme “What’s in YOUR Camera Bag” Recognition ::
Our judges selected Jesse Castellano’s submission, “What’s in my (other) bag” for last week’s Creative Theme Recognition.
Congratulations, Jesse, on your PAC Community Recognition!
Jesse’s image of what’s in his “other” camera bag was very eye-catching (and made many of us a little envious). He reports that he used his Olympus Pen E-PL1 digital camera to make this photo of his beautiful, black walnut, Shen Hao large-format field camera.
Jesse is another of our local Arizona photographers. He’s retiring from teaching high school photography (film!) in a few months and is looking forward to spending some quality time with his Shen Hao. 🙂
Congrats again, Jesse Castellano, on your PAC Community Recognition! We sure appreciate your participation in PAC, and we’ll be looking forward to seeing images you make with your Shen Hao this summer!
:: Facebook PAC Group – Technical Theme “Converging Lines” Recognition ::
Our highlighted photo for last week’s Facebook Group Technical Theme comes from Emily Bristor.
Congratulations, Emily, on your PAC Community Recognition!
Emily used her Canon Powershot G10 “pro-sumer” point-and-shoot camera to take this mesmerizing photo of the converging lines inside of a rocket engine! She reports that she took the image a couple of years ago, while visiting the Titan Missile Museum, which is near Tucson. The engine was located outside in bright sunlight, but shooting directly inside the engine made for a fascinating image!
Emily is also a local Arizona photographer. She regularly posts in our Facebook PAC Group and actively participates in our theme challenges.
Congratulations, Emily Bristor, on your PAC Community Recognition! Thank you for your active participation in PAC … we look forward to seeing more of your posts!
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Please comment on this post to show our three PAC Weekly Theme Recognition winners some love!
Also, don’t forget to take some time to check out the other awesome themed photos, on Google+ and on Facebook, and get inspired to go out and shoot!
To be considered for this PAC challenge, simply check the calendar http://tinyurl.com/8j42x3h for the weekly photo assignments.
- Photos submitted for the Google+ Community Weekly Theme must be shot during the assignment week—no archived photos. Hash tag #PACWeekly.
- Photos submitted for the Facebook Group 3-day Themes may be archived, or shot during the run of the theme.
- Post your BEST three shots each week based on the current theme.
- Any details you can add to your post, such as: camera used, settings, caption, and/or a brief story of your subject, will also be considered a plus!
The winning photographers will have their photos published here on the PAC blog for all to see!
To Learn more about our Amazing Photo community check out our website here: https://captureschool.net/ (Open to all States and Countries!)
on behalf of the PAC Community Leaders