This virtual challenge, Hidden Geometry, challenges us to "see" geometry in unusual places that would seem "hidden" unless we look closely. While taking a picture that clearly represents the geometric shape is allowed, what we're really looking for is a picture with a geometric shape hidden in the image.
If you want to play, make sure you're signed up before the start time of 7am on Wednesday, March 20th.
As with our last two challenges, if you RSVP to attend this event, you are making a personal commitment to take at least ONE photo according to your interpretation of the themes provided, and post at least ONE image in the Designated Album for this challenge.
You must sign up before the start date to take part in this challenge.
By signing up you commit to take at least ONE photo representing one of your choice of the items provided. You may take as many photos as you like, but you must post at least ONE image to the designated photo album for the challenge, and up to five images in total - one for each of the items.
This week's theme, Hidden Geometry, requires you to notice geometry "hidden" in your daily life, and take a picture that has a geometric shape hidden within the image. Here are the shapes to choose from:
1. Regular Hexagon (6 equal sides)
2. Equilateral Triangle (3 equal sides)
3. Semi-circle (half circle)
4. Triquetra (three vesica piscis)
5. Deltoid Curve (3 cusps)
HOW IT WORKS
To participate, you must sign up before the start date of this challenge.
Your own personal challenge starts when you RSVP to join us on the challenge. You commit to taking at least ONE photo, based on your interpretation of your choice of the items in the list.
You must post at least ONE image to the Designated Photo Album for this Challenge, and you MUST use the Caption to name the item that each image represents. You can post up to 5 images, one for each of the list items.
No other photos are allowed. Your photos must be taken with your camera between the start and end dates of this challenge. If you cannot post your images on the day you took them, you can post later; there is no time limit for posting your images to the Album once the challenge begins.
Use of all of your cameras are welcome, such as SLR, phone, toy, and point & shoots. Computer post-processing techniques (crop, colour correction, etc.) are allowed. To make it more challenging, we encourage use of "in-camera" settings and framing and minimal computer post-processing.
All group members are encouraged to enjoy the photos that are posted by the participants of this challenge and add comments of encouragement and appreciation.
REMEMBER: we will NOT meet in person because this is a VIRTUAL challenge. There will be no judging and no prizes. If you sign up for the challenge, you are making a personal agreement with yourself to take photos and then post your best photos as laid out in the instructions.
Note: If you miss the start date and cannot RSVP, then you must wait for the next challenge... :)