This assignment is “The Color Red”. Try to be creative in finding previous and/or photographing anything naturally containing the color red (not software or digitally enhanced to actually create the color red) in a photo taken somewhere in PA, NJ, NY, or CT. Then select a maximum of your five favorite photographs showing "The Color Red" and upload them to this assignment’s photo album.
Additional Rules: Do not use any software, red lens filters, and/or camera color settings to actually create the color red. You may enhance the presence of the color red by increasing saturation and/or vibrance.
Though this assignment is actually for real, this will not be replacing our actual meetups. Hopefully this will accommodate members who find meeting at the times we do to be inconvenient, while also challenging all our members to think and photograph creatively.
Where: Anywhere in NY, CT, NJ or PA.
Upload up to 5 Photos at: http://www.photowalks.me/photos/7935102/
Have a few Color Red photos from other locations that you want to share? If so you may upload them to our Contest Variations photo album at: http://www.photowalks.me/photos/8075242/
This is a "contest" of sorts in that RJ usually selects each member's best photo as inclusion in the "First Place Group".
When: Beginning now you have through midnight on May 14, 2012 (actually 12:45 A.M. on May 15th), to express yourself creatively with your interpretations of “The Color Red”. Each member having a Yes RSVP may upload up to 5 photos. This may include photos you have previously taken in PA, NJ, NY or CT. The deadline has been extended to include our upcoming Photo Walk.
Copyright: Adding a visible © 2010 Your Name to your original photographs is always a good idea. See Requirements and Importance of Visible Copyright.
Please Note: Remember to avoid photographing anything that might require a photographic release; this is unless prior to uploading your images you acquire a legally acceptable written release. Unless you have a written release from the parents, it is always a good idea to avoid capturing the faces of children.