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Week 25 Recap + Theme for Week 26 – MCP Project 52

Wow! This was an exciting week. All the entries were so creative. I had trouble only picking a few. We also had a lot of variety from bunnies, to s’mores, to coca-cola and who knew monkey snot was neon green? See our top 11 pictures for the theme “crave”……

Crave heart“Crave Heart” by Bruce Cattell

Project 52 week 25 "Crave"
“Crave=Coffee” by Angie Jungmann

Week 25 Craving Donuts“Craving Donuts” by Michele Catino

Crave“Crave” by Kgibas

crave0983“Craving Money” by Jodiemasterman

Crave“Crave” by Amber Adamson

monkey snot“Monkey Snot” by Jordan Parks

25/52 Mmmm, Craving a Coca-Cola!“Mmmmm, Craving a Coca-Cola” by Daphne Ellenburg

Bunny“Bunny” by Munchkin’s Momma

Week 25 - Making Smores
“Making Smores” by Jen Foster

And since I had trouble deciding… And I LOVE BASEBALL, we went into the “11th inning” with this one:We crave...baseball season! (Week 25/52)“We Crave Baseball Season” by Jessica Renae

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The theme for next week will be “Hidden Objects” Be sure that your photo is taken between the dates of Saturday, June 25th and Friday July 1st. Here is my take (Ellie Friedman, Age 9).  This shot was taken on my iPod Touch. When I saw  my twin sister hiding under this chair I:

1. Was amazed she fit under there.

2. I knew it fit the theme “hidden objects”

3. Made her do this pose for MCP Project 52.

hidden objects

 

This week’s blog post was brought to you by Ellie Friedman. She would love you to leave a message for her on this post.

Ellie is a 9 year old who loves reading, art, and taking pictures of nature. She is going to be in fourth grade. And she is already an award winning writer and was recognized in American Girl Magazine.  You can read her article here.


 

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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10 Comments

  1. 1
    Lisa Cour says:

    Great! Its ok to pose things when you have good ideas. Enjoy your summer, Ellie and best wishes for 4th grade! Keep up the great writing!

  2. 2
    Lisa Otto says:

    Nice picks Ellie!!! Great job :)

  3. 3
    Mike Roberts says:

    Lots of nice product photography here. I enjoyed the variety.

  4. 4
    Amber says:

    Thanks for choosing my picture Ellie! I like your picture for the new theme…and I’m sure it was fun putting your sister under a chair for it too :)

  5. 5
    Karen Gibas says:

    Thank you Ellie! You chose some great photos!

  6. 6

    Wow! I’m super excited to be featured this week. Big ups to Ellie & Big Thanks from Team Ellenburg Photography!
    http://www.Facebook.com/EllenburgPhotography

  7. 7
    Adin Putnam says:

    Great capture, and a great idea! Well done Ellie…. this will be a challenge!

  8. 8

    Great picks, Ellie! You did a wonderful job and keep up the good work! Bravo and kudos to all who participated and those who were featured!

  9. 9
    Holly says:

    Please update the Flickr page with the new theme information…

  10. 10
    Marieke B says:

    Hi Ellie, you picked some really great ones! Love how different they all are.

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