Due to COVID-19, MAPS is changing how we do Photo Outings. Instead of a group outing, members can participate in personal outings or activities.
MAPS members are able to participate in the new Photo Challenge. Each month we will identify a photographic topic or subject or theme, and if you are comfortable going outside, you can go capture a few images.
You will be able to share your images with the others. You know the routine: 2000 pixels on the long side, saved as JPG with a sRGB color space, then you can drag and drop them to Google Photos using the link provided.
If you are not sure how to prepare or upload your images, please follow the detailed instructions in these documents:
==> How to prepare your images
==> How to upload your images
MAPS Photo Challenge
Compositions – November
- 20 Composition Techniques That Will Improve Your Photos:
- Symmetry and Balance:
- Diagonals and Triangles:
- Patterns and Textures
Submit your composition images.
Autumn Images – October
If you’re into landscape photography, the fall is the best time to show the colorful landscape. The ever changing prairies are a challenge for flower and plant photography. Macro shots of leaves and plants are some of the most interesting photos.
References to read:
Submit and view autumn images from the challenge.