::Google+ Weekly Photography Theme “In the Fridge” Recognition::
From last week’s Google+ PAC Community weekly “In the Fridge” photography theme challenge, the judges have chosen to highlight Sam Mort’s excellent picture that he made the other day of what’s in his fridge (yikes!!). Congratulations, Sam!
This is so creatively creepy, Sam! We love it!
Sam, who made this picture with his Sony SLT-A57 , is one of our Arizona photographers. He recently joined our Google+ PAC Community, and we’re excited that he jumped right in and started posting!
Sam reports his settings for these pictures as:
Left Image: 1/160 Right Image: 2seconds
A Server Admin by day, Sam has a photography business on the side and is active in both our PAC Google+ Community. We hope to see him out soon at our local PAC meetings & events. Congratulations again, Sam! Keep those posts coming!
::Facebook PAC Group — Creative “Green” Photography Theme Recognition::
Our judges selected Brian Baril’s outstanding image “Greenery in the Mist” – a beautiful picture he made on a recent trip to Singapore. Congratulations, Brian!
Love the light in this picture! Nicely shot, Brian. 🙂
Brian is also an Arizona-based photographer. He shoots Nikon, and lives in Gilbert . He’s the professional photographer behind the lens at Brian Baril Photography. Brian is an active member of the PAC, and regularly posts in our Facebook Group. Congratulations, Brian, on your PAC Recognition! We really enjoy your photos and appreciate your participation!
::Facebook PAC Group — Technical Theme “Close-Up Eye” Recognition::
For last week’s Facebook Group Technical Theme, “Close-Up Eye” our judges have chosen to highlight Christopher Trevino’s stunning image which he took of his own eye (!) and posted on our Google+ PAC Community. Congratulations, Christopher!
Love the way you processed this and we’re SO impressed with your set up!
Here is Christopher’s report of how he made this picture:
“You know it’s incredibly hard to photograph your own eye with a 50mm reversed on extension tubes with no auto focus and no way to see what you are shooting until after you are done.
50mm Reversed + 30mm/16mm/9mm Extension Tubes
Aperture on Lens: f/8
Aperture Combined with Tubes: No Clue
Lighting: Neewer LED Ringlight
Minimum Focusing Distance with this setup is 2″ from rear element of lens(front of setup).”
Christopher lives in Ecorse, Michigan. He is a fairly-new member of our PAC Google+ Community. Congratulations, Christopher – we’re looking forward to seeing more of your photos!
(FYI: Although the twice-weekly themes originated on our Facebook Group, they carry over to our Google+ Community. The judges review bi-weekly theme submissions in both groups when searching for the Theme Recognition Winners.) 🙂
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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 enjoy!
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
sharif jhurry says
nice shots,great capture thanks a lot Sarah
Congrats to Sam with the In the Fridge, Brian with Green theme, and Christopher with the Close up of the Eye. Awesome Shots!!
Pat D'Aversa says
Congratulations all…..what a great group of photographers are in this group.