If you follow this blog, you’re familiar with The Photo Rehab, our community of photography enthusiasts, amateurs, and professionals, sharing photos and learning from each other.
You probably know that the Photo Rehab hosts a weekly challenge to use your creative juices – the Cover Makeover – hosted by Desley from Musings of a Frequent Flying Scientist and me. The Photo Rehab also offers three monthly features:
- Tech of the Month: hosted by Perelincolors
- Available Light: hosted by Nalinki at Angles and Views
- Image Reboot: hosted by Desley at Musings of a Frequent Flying Scientist
“Everything related to photography — composition, landscapes, people portraits, animal portraits, architecture, film, street photography, color, black and white, digital, gear, film processing, post-processing on the computer, whatever is of current interest in the photo media, etc. The list is endless. Think of it as being somewhat similar to the WordPress Photo 101 course, but a bit more advanced (actually quite a bit more) and with more meat to it — plus additional content that we plan to develop over time.”
If you are keen to keep learning from a pro like Mitch, and practice with his invaluable guidance, the Imagecraft is your choice. Check it out!
Now that you’re updated, I’ll share with you my first entries for the Imagecraft Bootcamp.
This week’s challenge was to practice High Key technique. In Mitch’s post you will find the ‘recipe’.
Come and join us!