We’ve made it through another year! Well done friends!
Before I advance to examples and an explanation of our theme for this final week of 2014, I’d like to give you a tiny preview of what you can expect from us in 2015. We’re going to pretty much stick with the same format of a weekly theme, and each of us 4 authors will have a primary general theme that we’ll be sticking with, all year. But all of us have switched up our general theme.
I’ll let each of us reveal to you our seperate themes, in our first post of the year.
This week’s theme, Silhouetted Landscape, will run all week.
Let’s return to the notion that landscapes require natural compositions, without manmade objects included. You’ll find that it’s easiest to capture a silhouette of a mountain, hillside, or even just a tree…all somewhat in the foreground. It’s quite common to use a rising or setting sun, to get your silhouetted object backlit. That’s a good recipe for a black or darkened foreground. But, if the environment is just right, you can get your object silhouetted without a risen or setting sun. Try it a few times, before you select your best image!
It’s been a great year of photography, and I’m blessed to enjoy these challenges with you all. My goal this next year is to continue to get better, so that I can get out and contribute even more. Thank you so much for participating!
The rules are pretty simple:
- Post one original (Your Image) shot each week per theme posted on this blog to Google+, Facebook, or Flickr (or all three). Tag the photo #photochallenge.org. or #photochallenge2014.
- The shot should be a new shot you took for the current weekly theme, not something from your back catalog or someone else’s image.
- Don’t leave home without your camera. Participating in the 2014 Photo Challenge is fun and easy.