Contest: “Christmas Photo” WIN $500 details below the article
The upcoming Holidays can offer a lot of photographic opportunities. Today we would like to suggest a few Ideas and tips to keep your creativity flowing.
photo by Robert Grant. ISO 100, 1/100 sec, f8.0, 85mm lens
Snowy landscapes are always magical and unique. These photographs make great prints to hang on the wall or printed as a Holiday card. Winter landscapes always make a fine addition to any landscape portfolio.
Tips for winter landscape photography:
This brings us to the next idea: The Fireplace.
photo by Robert Grant.
Tips for photographing the Fireplace:
photo by Robert Grant
Tips to photograph Christmas Ornaments:
photo by Evan Sharboneau
Take your pictures over the edge using unconventional techniques:Video: 4 Unconventional Christmas Lights Photo Techniques.
The holiday season is once again around the corner and while we all spend our time focusing on organizing our Christmas feasts and celebrations there are many people out in the cold living on the streets with hardly enough food to survive. In an attempt to help the homeless and families who cannot afford food this holiday season, we will be donating $1 to the Daily Bread food bank for every entry that is made. We are also offing a grand prize of $500 to the person who’s photo gets the most votes.
It could be a cute photo of your pet dressed up as a rain deer, a photo of your elaborate Christmas light decorations, or perhaps a photo of your exceptionally decorated Christmas tree.As long as it is justifiably related to the holiday season, simply take a photo of it and upload it here.
For rules visit http://www.storwell.com/christmas-photo-contest-rules
Dead line: Jan 6th, 2012 at exactly 12:01PM the photo with the most votes wins! Simple as that.
Happy Holidays an Merry Christmas !!!