Cart

MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

 

MCP Photography Challenge Banner 600x1624 MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

This week we introduced a new photo challenge, and what a challenge it is!

As photographers, it is easy to get stuck behind the camera. It is also very easy to make excuses for not being the subject of your shots. This week there is no excuse because this week we challenged you to get in front of the camera and take a self-portrait. Here are a few beautiful, candid shots that caught our eye:

Submitted by Claire Laurenson 

MCP Self Portrait Clair Laurenson MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

Submitted by Lindsey Hufstedler

MCP Self Portrait Lindsey Hufstedler MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

Submitted by Sharon Berry Brown

MCP Self Portrait Sharon Berry Brown MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

Submitted by Sue Zellers

MCP Self Portrait Sue Zellers MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

 We are thankful for everyone’s bravery and confidence in sharing their self-portraits, we enjoyed seeing so many of you on the opposite side of the lens.

The photography challenges are a good way to grow as a photographer.  Be creative, try new things and shoot these images for yourself.   You have the support of a large group of photographers who can assist you and give you feedback as you work on specific themes and skills.

We loved seeing your take on this theme, if you want to see more, check out the album on the group page.

Are you inspired to be on the other side of the camera? Turn that camera around and shoot;  you have one more week to capture your shot.  Come join our Facebook Group and participate today.


Edit Challenge Banner1 600x162 MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

The photo edit challenge continued this week, giving you a chance to edit other photographer’s images, share them for critique, and see how others edited the same photographs.  Participating allows you to practice editing, learn how to give constructive criticism, and watch what steps or Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets are used in various edits.  Join us to edit the bi-weekly photos.

If you have an idea on how you’d edit the image below, or want to see and learn what others did, JOIN US HERE.

Several more edits were shared this week by members of the group. Here are a few of the many favorites:

Submitted by Jane Anne
Edit Challenge Jane Anne MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

Submitted by Caroline Dunlap

Edit Challenge Caroline Dunlap MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

Submitted by Becky Knowles Grey

Edit Challenge Becky Knowles Gray MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

We will have a new edit challenge starting Monday, so come back to see what image you can edit then.

 MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

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:
twitter MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week facebook MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week pinterest MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week googleplus MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week

2 Comments

  1. 1
    Joanne says:

    I love to make subtle changes with overlays and actions that make people say, ahhhh, wow, ohhh. I use them to enhance but not to a noticable degree!

  2. 2
    amilyshurtz says:

    I’ve read some article says that there are a number of picture styles which can be used when shooting in modes such as manual, aperture and shutter priority. The creative control modes can only be used as their own independent modes, but you can increase or decrease the level of their affect.

Add Comment Register



Submit a Comment

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=""> <strike> <strong>

Current ye@r *

Optionally add an image (JPEG only)

Show & Tell

Explore before and after photos from photographers who use MCP.

1photoshop actions and lightroom presets number 2 See More