Project MCP: Highlights for Challenge #3 and Macro Tips

Week #3 of Project MCP has been another success. Almost 100 photos were entered for Challenge #3. The interpretation of “Transition” ranged from transition of the seasons to body transition and life transition. There were so many beautiful photographs that once again, choosing only a few was quite a chore, but here are the Project MCP Team’s favorites this week:

Submitted by pdxDLight

submitted by minkylina1

 submitted by mamagoobs

Submitted by mamamayerle

Submitted by jenfosterphoto

Submitted by fotoplicity

Submitted by Amber0721

The March, Week#4 Challenge is to take a “Guess What” photo. There are several beautiful and interesting photos already flooding the Flickr group; however, if you need some help in figuring out how to capture this type of photo, here are some past MCP blog posts to give you some tips on how to achieve a spectacular macro shot:

Macro Photography Basics: Get Amazing Closeup Photos 

Macro Photography: Quick Tips to Get You Started

How to Shoot Amazing Water Droplet Macro Photographs

Photographing Abstract Macro Ice Images and Creating Works of Art

Edit Your Macro Flower Photography Using Photoshop Actions

We cannot wait to see more “guess what” photos in the Flickr group! Come view some of the interesting photos that have been added to the pool and take a guess at some of them on THIS post in the discussion section.

 

We want to thank our corporate sponsors for Project MCP:

Tamron

Comments

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    says

    Thank you for including my photo, although I have to give all the credit to my daughter for the photo op! I’ll definitely be perusing the blog posts listed – macro is a new world for me!

  2. 3

    Amy says

    These all look great; thank you so much for including my photo this week along with such awesome photos! The link to my photostream doesn’t seem to work though…my flickr username is minkylina and it looks like a 1 was added to the end of it. Looking forward to next week’s challenge!

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