City Walking – Week Two!

| June 21, 2013

We had a great, fun first week with our photo competition “City Walking” – Winners here


We’re going to change the rules a little bit this time – it is going to make it a little bit more tricky for you, but we want you to be thinking about your photography and getting something out of the experience, too.

This week we want you to TAKE the photograph for this photo competition – you need to be able to show EXIF (unless you shoot film, in which case I’ll have to trust you and I’m a trusting kind of guy)

THEME : CITY WALKING – You can interpret “City Walking” any way you would like, and, if you live in the country – show us the opposite of city, show us small town walking.. country road walking… most of all – get creative.

You can use whatever camera you have, a mobile phone camera or a PhaseOne, we don’t mind…

You have until MIDNIGHT, 27th June (Midnight Santa Rosa time) to post your entry in the comments below. 

Here’s MY entry – I was out shooting today with the new Sigma 120-300mm and this “city” type guy was “walking” through the garden to take a photo of the bridge…

simon_pollock_melbourne_photographer

THE RULES

  • Copyright always remains yours. We only ask that we may use your photo here on the blog or in our social media and only in relation to THIS competition.
  • Your email won’t be given to anyone and is only used to contact you if you should win.
  • Everyone is OK to enter, as long as your country allows photography competitions.
  • If you get charged duty / taxes, I’m sorry but they’re your responsibility. (We’ll do our best to minimise that)

 


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Based in Melbourne, Australia, Simon manages social media for www.thinktankphoto.com You can find out more about Simon here - http://about.me/gtvone
  • Pat Mahoney

    “Walking out of the dark city and into the light” Cortona, Italy

    Canon EOS Rebel T2i/550D

    Shutter speed 1/250

    Aperture 7.1

    Exposure comp -1/3

    ISO 100

    Focal Length 55.0 mm