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Congratulations Joni for winning our Fashion theme last week. This photo was picked by you and got the most votes. Joni sent over the following... Wow, that's amazing. Thanks for the voters! I've only been on the site since the beginning of April, so this feels great. I'd like the next theme to be "Composition". I would like for the participants to... Read more
1) Summer's just begun by arefin 2) Royal Albert Hall by Juliette Packham 3) the book of love by arefin 4) 110/365 by James Hislop 5) in flight by Paula 6) the pawn by ☠northy 7) Diamonds in the "Rough" by Lisa 8) Royal Albert Hall by Richard Tyson 9) April 16, 2013: Poppies and More by Alice Burghart 10) Natures sparklers by Jo 11) Lullaby by... Read more
I was really looking forward to seeing the entries to the Fashion theme this week and you didn't disappoint. Here are our final 5. 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Bottom Centre 5) Bottom Right To vote for your favourite photo, please reply to this with the number (in digit format) of the photo you wish to win, the winner will be... Read more
Well done to KWind for winning the Puddles theme from a few weeks back with the photo below... I spoke to KWind who had the following to say about this weeks theme... Thank you so much. I can't believe I won!! What a great way to end my first year of 365. I'd like the new theme to be "found... Read more
1) Nice turn mate....she'll love that!! by Jo 2) calmness by J.dMulli 3) Waiting by arefin 4) Twinkle Twinkle ... by Michael Elliott 5) Thank You Flowers by Danielle 6) colours of the ocean by Dem Mie 7) four eager porkers by Jan Hall 8) The Aurora Chasers by Jon 9) Music love by Lena 10) Baby's breath by arefin 11) Framed by Lisa 12) Bridge Runner by Juliette Packham 13)... Read more
True macro photography can require a wealth of specialist equipment, but that does not mean that there isn’t an opportunity for a beginner with nothing more than an SLR or a point and shoot to take pictures of all the beautiful bugs that are about. Here are a few hints to get started with taking photos of insects, which we will... Read more
Last week saw many great entries to the puddles theme, I know some people in warmer climates had some trouble taking shots, but thats to everyone who did, here are the final 5... 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Bottom Centre 5) Bottom Right To vote for your favourite photo, please reply to this with the number (in digit format) of the... Read more
Hey guys, first off a big well done to J.dMulli for winning last weeks Diptychs theme . J.dMulli has picked us a great theme for this week, I can't believe we haven't had this before so I'm really looking forward to seeing the entrants. A huge thanks & hugs to everyone specially to those who voted and put me up here,really appreciate... Read more
1) Take cover! by jerry plume 2) Dandelion by Abhijit 3) Spider Weather by MaryBeth Dailey 4) Just a moment by jerry plume 5) an era by GiGi 6) waiting for Alice by arefin 7) Make A Wish by Aaron 8) Untitled by Gerry 9) paddock burning by GiGi 10) Peacock Bokeh by Lisa 11) Of Sunsets and Rainbows by Aaron 12) Chase me big boy! by... Read more
The principles of shooting at night, well, they aren’t really that different from shooting in the daytime, and it all depends on the effect you want. A high ISO will let in more light, but can add graininess to a picture. A low ISO is less grainy, but lets in less light, so you will need a longer shutter speed to... Read more
Hey guys, it's Wednesday which means we get to look at lots of lovely theme photos. I thought Diptychs would be a bit of a strange theme, but yet again you've proven me wrong and we had loads of great entries. View all the Diptych theme photos here. The theme didn't specify what we were looking for and was quite wide... Read more
Kristin was the lucky recipient of your votes in our Soul Connection theme. Congratulations Kristin! Kristin just got in touch with her choice of theme for next week and it will be Puddles. I'd like to go with a spring-y theme of 'Puddles' for this week. I love puddle reflection shots, but was convinced that I was surrounded only by boring puddles,... Read more