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Neighbors at a Distance

We recently moved into a new neighborhood. Our neighbors, with whom we already shared birthday presents and gifts of plants must remain at a distance for now. They are our first friends in our new community but only across the fence. Oh, Coronavirus, go away!

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Professional photographers travel all over the world to go on amazing photo shoots. (Except now they cannot...yet) Even here at 52Frames we explore new landscapes and go on shooting adventures. But now we cannot...yet. We all have different levels of quarantine rules in place but basically the entire planet is staying at home. However, for this week's challenge we want you to go out on a small, baby photoshoot. More or less 50 feet from your home. That is about 15 meters for those of us used to a modern and logical measurement system. The photo shoot can take place near your front door, in your backyard or in the lobby of your apartment building. Make sure to look up or squat down to look for interesting details you may have never seen. You can decide if you want to photograph what you see or if you want to set up a photo shoot with a model or two or even take a front porch family portrait. Often when our lives are narrowed in some way, for example from a sickbed, we finally notice details that have escaped us before. This week we want you to show us what you have found (or created) 50 feet from your home.


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