Fortnightly Challenge April 12-25 : Framing

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Designer Dale, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. Designer Dale macrumors 68040

    Designer Dale

    Mar 25, 2009
    Folding space
    Welcome to the Fortnightly Challenge

    The purpose of the Challenge is to provide a venue where photographers of all skill levels can work to improve their craft by shooting along a common topic for two weeks - one fortnight. Helpful comments and critiques are key to reaching the intended goal - better photography.

    About Your Photos

    Shoot for the topics listed on the schedule. You may shoot for upcoming topics, but post photos only to their matching Challenges. Try to avoid using photos from your archives just for participations sake. If you really want input on an older image that fits the Challenge topic, please let us see it.

    You may post as many photos as you wish for any one Challenge.

    About Your Comments

    Comments are critical to the success of the Challenge. If you post a photo, add a comment to another one. If you are only viewing, please add your comments, too.

    Comments should be meaningful, something that the photographer can use to improve his/her work. Explain why you like or dislike a photo. Spend a moment looking at a photo before commenting on it. Try to answer the question "I like this photo because…" It really helps the photographer.

    Note: This is a special edition of the Fortnightly Challenge. Topics based on accepted photography guidelines will be supplemented with user suggested topics. For more on the basic rules of good photography look at this link:

    10 Top Photography Composition Rules

    The Topic Schedule

    • Cropping March 8 - 21
      [*]Weather March 22 - April 11
    • Framing April 12 - 25
    • Simplicity April 26 - May 9

  2. Melizard macrumors 6502


    Jun 4, 2011
  3. Rich-212, Apr 12, 2012
    Last edited: Apr 12, 2012

    Rich-212 macrumors member

    Nov 21, 2010

    New Building in town - Click on through for larger image. C&C greatly appreciated!

    Melizard, you're right, it's a shame the sky is a bit blown out - could it be rescue in pp? Otherwise, I like the frame provided by the mountains and grass

    Sideone: It took me a while to work this one out - where are the bricks from on top? Brilliant colours and I like the pattern of the window frames.

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