Project MCP: Tamron Lens Winner Announcement and June Themes

May was a busy and exciting month for Project MCP. The possibility of one lucky participant winning a Tamron lens has had the Flickr gallery flooded with creative interpretations of this months’ challenges. Today, before we announce the winner of the lens, I want to share a favorite from each week’s challenge, so get ready to be amazed!

May, Challenge #1 – Illustrate the word “neighborhood” in a photo

Submitted by abk28

May, Challenge #2 – Take a picture with sunflare

Submitted by sunshine.photography

 Challenge #3 – Illustrate the following in a photo – friend

Submitted by LLMphotos

 Challenge #4 – Get moving, take a picture with photo blur

Submitted by purpletoesWI

Challenge #5 – One click – Show us your first shot

Submitted by Elev8Photography

And now, the real reason you visited today, the winner of the Tamron SP 17-50mm lens is:

Congratulations Kristin! We hope you enjoy your new lens.

June Challenges:

Challenge #1 – Express the following in a photo: Summer Love

Challenge #2 – The days are getting longer, but those summer nights are fun – Show us a night photo

Challenge #3 – Summer is about having fun – Snap a candid photo 

Challenge #4 – Illustrate the following in a photo: Refresh

If you are just joining Project MCP, you can go HERE to find out all the details and view the past months’ challenges.

We want to thank our corporate sponsors for Project MCP:

Tamron

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  1. […] You may not know that Project MCP formally MCP Project 12 is actually a photo challenge ran by an amazing action’s and presets company in the USA, participants come from around the world with varying degree’s of photography skills.. At the end of each week 4-5 photo’s are chosen as highlights of that weeks challenge May brought a Double for Elev8 Photography with my photo’s being chosen twice YAY !!! they can be seen here MCP Challenge 2# and here MCP May Wrap Up […]

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