So we’re up to the letter Q now. I don’t know about you, but I have not particularly been looking forward to this one. Maybe it won’t be as hard as I’m afraid it might be. Knowing how creative and clever my participants are, I think they’ll all prove me wrong.
You know the drill… your assignment this week is to take and submit images that represent the letter Q in some way. I would PREFER that the photos you submit be taken during this week, but that’s not a rule as it has been with past photography assignments.
The challenge is to be CREATIVE in your photography and in selecting your subjects. Try to be creative and/or clever about photographing even the most ordinary of subjects and remember to use good photography composition techniques. This isn’t JUST about participating in an assignment, it’s about improving your photography.
If it might not be clear to the average person just HOW your photo represents the letter Q, please provide a caption. Better yet, include a caption regardless. Bonus (but imaginary) style points will be awarded for alliterative captions, as I am a sucker for alliteration. Also, if you submit photos of identifiable people, please make sure that they know what’s up and that they are ok with having the9ir photo posted on the blog.
Your Q photos are due by Sunday evening, July 17 (Mountain Time, GMT -7:00) and the results will be posted in the blog on Tuesday, July 19. Email your photos to me at 39DegN@gmail.com and please limit your submissions to 7 (SEVEN) photos.
As always with my assignments, please keep in mind that you don’t need a fancy schmancy camera to play along. DSLR, point-and-shoot, camera phone… it doesn’t matter – these photography assignments are just for fun and to help you become a better photographer by training your eye to see specific things or by practicing certain techniques. There’s no critique involved, no judges, no winners, no prizes… just photos related to the topic of the week taken with whatever camera you have available. As photographer Chase Jarvis has pointed out, “The best camera is the one you have with you.”
OK, let’s get busy with those Q photos!