May was a wonderful month with really creative Blue collages! They were calm, and serene, and in their own way screamed freedom.
It's June and June means sunshine and pretty flowers and color and let's photograph the color Pink!
In April, we had an optional challenge with the color Green. The challenge was to use Green symbolically.
We had an amazing April filled with cheerful Green images! They were nurturing, calming and overall so spring like that it was a joy filled month.
Happy May! May means sunshine and blue skies and beautiful weather, and during this month, we will be studying the color Blue!
What a colorful March we had with all the Hot Pink submissions! It was a cold and snowy March in New York, so the hot pink definitely was a fun break from the winter weather.
It's April, and April means Spring! And Spring means life outdoors, and the return of greenery and flowers and life! So what better color to photograph than the color Green!
What a joy it was to see Red all month long during February!
It's month number three of our color project here at the Grace Project, and for the month of March we will focus on Hot Pink.
2018 is off to a great start! We focused our attention to the color White in January, and we had so many wonderful white collages. We learned that White is the color of new beginnings, of peace and tranquility and purity. Members did a really great job at capturing a variety of subject matters. The secret picker chose to highlight the work of...
We are in our second month of our color project, and given it's February and Valentine's Day is approaching, what better color to pick than Red! It's also my son's birthday month, and red is his favorite color too. So I had many reasons to pick it!
In December, we focused on Perspective and in particular we tried to capture Details. We learned that details could be captured in various ways, even with a wide angle lens! The secret picker chose to highlight the work of...
In December we focused on Perspective and how to change our perspective through using a different lens or freelensing. We learned that different focal lengths make an image feel different, and they can also change the way something looks in a creative way. The secret picker chose to highlight the work of
In January, we focused on changing our perspectives in an Outdoor situation. We learned that we could do this in many ways, by moving our body, or we could zoom, or we could even more the camera and change from a horizontal crop to a vertical portrait oriented one. The secret picker chose to highlight the image by
In December, we worked on our perspective in an indoor setting. We learned that by changing our perspective, we may not only get a nicer composition, but a stronger image as well. The secret picker chose to highlight the image by...
Happy New Year! This year, we are trying something new to keep us creative and inspired in our daily and weekly shooting, where we can apply everything we've learned in a beautiful and fun way. We will be focusing on color all year long!
In November we photographed our Season for the fourth time this year to close out the year.
I've been hinting over in the Grace Project that 2018 will be big. It will be different than the two years prior, and it will be creative.
In November, we focused on taking a Selfless Self-Portrait. We learned that it is an effective way to say something about ourselves in a symbolic way.
In November, we tried to photograph a subject with Anonymity. We learned that an anonymous portrait allows the viewer to step into the scene as if he or she is there, and as a result we can relate to the subject more.