Jul 31, 2020 | By: PPWC - Professional Photographers of the Wine Country
Get Ready for "SOMETHING UNUSUAL"
This week's SIP (Shelter in Place) Challenge is titled "Something Unusual" and is brought to us by Melinda Hughes-Berland.
You do not need to be a member of PPWC to participate in and enjoy our SIP Photo Challenges....all you need to do is like us enough to join us for our Thursday Happy Hour! Please reply to this post if you are not on our mailing list and would like more info on our photo challenges or membership! :)
This subject is open for interpretation including, but not limited to: Uncommon, odd, weird, or out of the ordinary in some way. Unusual is the opposite of usual, thanks to the prefix un, meaning "not." Unusual things are noteworthy: you don't see them every day. A dog chasing a squirrel is usual. A squirrel chasing a dog would be unusual.You may also interpret the concept of "something unusual" however you choose.
If you are not able to create a new image before Tuesday, please feel free to dig through your archives! :) We are most interested in you sharing your creative work and telling us a good story. :)
Please submit ONE image.
File size should be 2400 pixels on the long side. Please name your file like this: (SIP is our new made up category!)
SIP, My Lemon Tree, Karna Roa.jpg
Use your smartphone camera, your dSLR, your Mirrorless, your "whatever camera you have with you" for this challenge.
1) Receive this email and prepare your image. 2) Upload image. Hard deadline of TUESDAY before you go to bed. (August 4th) 3) Join us for Happy Hour on Thursday, August 6th at 5:00 pm via ZOOM.