This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums | Gratitude

“Gratitude” What are you grateful for?

That was the brief in this week’s assignment. And just whilst I’m here, on the subject (and I’ve got the microphone and YOU DON’T haha) I would like to take a minute to thank our tireless moderation team who spend their time helping you guys, all for nothing. Please join with me in the comments (if you have a minute!) and thank them too, Please!

As always we have THREE winners and we’ve had a last minute ‘nod’ to give away a prize to our winner! thinkTankPhoto are a professional camera bag manufacturer and have donated one of their ace memory card holders to the winner! They also have the most amazing FREE give-away I’ve seen in a while going on right now – check it out!

FIRST PLACE | HeartMySony (Please contact spollock@thinktankphoto.com)
“Not only does this portray “Thanksgiving Dinner” with the family, but her description of her taking the photo made me smile!” 

SECOND PLACE | Sneha Thakur 

“I might have stretched to more points if the top of the frame had been cropped a little lower. I do like the patient / physician image combined with supplicant hands – almost as if both are praying to find a way to make the patient well again.”

THIRD PLACE | Devel 

“This one gets 3 points from me. I like this one because it’s a good combination of the typical “thankful of family” theme but done in a nice photographic way. By that I mean photos were in the shot, but he also used nice DoF and I like the bokeh as well. This sort of shot is general enough that people can relate to it as opposed to some random shot of a person they don’t know.”

Great work to all our winners – thanks! Please make sure you check out thinkTank’s Give-away, there’s a camera bag to win every day and a massive grand prize to be drawn at the end (in time for Christmas!) you can find out more HERE.

Have a great week and I look forward to seeing what you all shoot for “The Four Elements”

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This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums | Gratitude