Symmetry, 50 Feet from Home, Details
I saw this effect a few weeks ago on another Framer's album. What a great effect. Eleven exposures around the tree, with HDR in camera. Then I aligned the tree in Photoshop, incrementally changed the opacity on each layer. Then adjusted the brightness and saturation.
- Double Exposure (11)
22 50 Feet from Home
- Blue Hour (8:10 pm US ET Atlanta
- HDR (in Camera)
Combine any 3 challenges from this year (2020). The Extra Credit would be completing all the extra credits associated with the challenges you picked. One of the best things about belonging to a photography group is that we are constantly shown amazing photographs from some very creative photographers. It is no wonder that we often take inspiration and learn from each other. Sometimes it is an unusual portrait, the camera settings from a cool macro photo, or getting inspired by a beautiful comet photo that pushes you to try something new. We also often learn about new composition rules and photography techniques, or get reminded of others as we page through the weekly albums. This week’s challenge is to look through previous albums and create a photo that combines three of the previous challenges. This will give you a chance to try something that you have learned from fellow photographers or practice a specific skill that you are still working on. This is also a chance to create something brand new and possibly a little weird (by some opinions) by combining three challenges that seems not to have anything in common.