Project MCP: Highlights from May, Challenge #4

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Project MCP: Highlights from May, Challenge #4

As photographers we are constantly striving to stop time, if even for a brief moment, in order to create a lasting impression, a memory; however, the truth is, life moves fast.  Things and people are constantly moving and changing. This week the Project MCP Team challenged you to show us the motion in your life by creating a photo using motion blur. There were so many dynamic examples in the Flickr gallery! Here are some of our favorites:

Submitted by mallorydodd

 Submitted by James Charles

Submitted by Elle Zee

Submitted by Bronwyn629

Submitted by austinsGG

Next week’s challenge is designed to make you think about all the elements in your photo. “Think twice, click once.” We want to see your first instinct shot (no cheating!).

Also, don’t forget, you can win a new Tamron lens simply by participating in the Project MCP challenges this month. You can find all the details HERE.

and here is a sneak peek at the prize:


We want to thank our corporate sponsors for Project MCP:


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  1. Rae Higgins
    May 28, 2012 at 2:19 am —

    Very nice!

  2. May 27, 2012 at 1:38 am —

    Great post, i like your collection very much. Thanks a lot for sharing with us !!

  3. PhotoJoe
    May 26, 2012 at 12:19 pm —

    Two questions:

    Is May over already? It’s only the 26th.

    Where does one find out what the upcoming challenges will be before the results are published?

    I guess there are three questions:

    Can’t one participate without using flicker?

    • LLMphotos
      May 29, 2012 at 7:41 am —

      I just started the challenges myself so I hope you will try it out. If you click on the Project MCP heading at the top of this page, it will take you to the page that tells you all the details.

      You can use Flickr or Facebook, either one.

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Project MCP: Highlights from May, Challenge #4