Project 52: Week 37 recap – Launch Week 38

It’s pretty momentous that a couple of fellow participants are your guest bloggers today. Surprise, it’s Catherine Cella and Daphne Ellenburg!

In photography, it’s easy to get in a rut of photographing the same thing over and over. It doesn’t even feel like a rut because you’re honing your skills and improving on your favorite photography. MCP Project 52 really has made 2011 “rut-free” for us. Who knew we’d love photographing more than just babies, brides and pretty faces? Belonging to Project 52 has been a wonderful place to make friends, share ideas, learn new processing tips and to be with others who share the same passion for photography as we do. Best of all, it leaves no time for dust to settle on our cameras because we are out there every week.

Momentous occasions are all around you. This week our creative group of photographers were easily able to find occasions that were momentous to us all, like the anniversary of 9/11. However, many others were also able to find Life’s momentous occasions, like growing babies, big finds and big wins!

Now, on to our top nine, as always in no particular order. If you enjoy the artist, visit the link to their work directly below and send them some LOVE. Everyone can use an encouraging pat on the back, so go ahead and pat away. Ready. Set. Go!

a time for reflection {anuragyagnik}

Nepean River Wedding by {laurasheppardphotography}


My new old toy by {Just Leesha}

Momentous Moment by {Karen Gibas}

111 by {christyblanch}

Momentous Moment by {tumbleweed’s shutter}

First Time to Bat by {Catcher in my Eye}

36/52 by {Danielle~Marie}

Signing of the Constitution {katypaskett}



And now to the most anticipated part of the blog every week, the exciting reveal of next week’s theme. Week 38’s theme is “It’s in the Eyes.

Twinkling Eyes and Twinkle Toes by Daphne Ellenburg of Ellenburg Photography


It’s In Her Eyes by Catherine Cella of Joyful Reflections Photography

Big thanks to all the photographers that participate in MCP Action’s Project 52 each week with us. Your photographs continue to inspire us to visit new places, try new things and to keep learning this art. If you haven’t joined our group yet, what are you waiting for? There are plenty of weeks left in this year with plenty of great themes for you to dig right into. This is a fun group and you will be welcomed. For more information, visit or http://www. . Wishing you a wonderful week filled with Family, Fun and Photography. Happy Snapping!
Catherine & Daphne

Daphne Ellenburg is a budding photography business owner in Southern Alabama with a supportive family and a new fancy-pants in home studio. She loves college footbal, big handbags, lip gloss and all things Olympus. Daphne also enjoys writing about her Photo-Adventures and her entertaining family. Catch up with her at Ellenburg Photography {Website} {Facebook} {Blog}

Catherine Cella owner of Joyful Reflections Photography resides in the beautiful state of Connecticut. She specializes in life-style photography for Newborn, Children, Family and High School Seniors. As a photographer, her goal in every session, is to capture a portion of the soul, the essence of who you really are… and using that to tell your story. That is what brings her most joy… Capturing the JOY of Life. Besides photography, Catherine has a love for travel, gardening, shopping for antiques and enjoys life to the fullest with her husband and son. Take a moment to check out her latest work at {Website} {Facebook} {Blog}


MCP Actions

Write for MCP! This post was written by a MCP Guest Blogger. If you would like to write a photo editing tutorial, blueprint using MCP Products, or photography tips on the MCP Actions Blog, check out our Guest Writers Wanted page for details.

More Posts - Website

Follow Me:
TwitterFacebookPinterestGoogle Plus


  1. 8

    Julie Paiva says

    Wow! I loved this post! You must contact Catherine Cella she is not only an amazing photographer, but she is an incredible person!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>