De opdracht voor deze week is niet lastig. Het was erg leuk om te doen. Helaas zijn de enige die raden kunnen, degene die de site van Jonathan bezoeken voor de challenge. Waarom, kun je hieronder lezen.
This week, we’re having another go at a Challenge that was set back in 2010. It was a lot of fun, and now we’ve got lots of new people so I think we should do it again. Your Challenge is to take an extreme close-up of an object, such that it’s not easy to tell what it is. After the results have been published, everyone has to try and guess what everyone else’s shot is of. Bonus points to be awarded if anyone’s photo remains unguessed after a week!
If you have a whizzy-doo camera, chances are you know how to do close-ups. If you have a point & shoot camera, there is normally a button with a symbol of a flower that activates close-up mode. If your camera has neither of these properties (or even if it does, but you fancy a challenging Challenge!) then you can use a magnifying glass or some other lens held in front of your camera. You could even experiment and use a goldfish bowl or a glass of water!
Please get your mystery entries in to me by noon on Tuesday 12th June. With your entry you should include:
- The mystery close-up shot
- A zoomed-out shot, showing what the object is
- A note to me, saying what the object is
Please don’t enter your pictures in the comments section, otherwise it won’t be secret! Send them in by email to email@example.com.
After the 12th, we will all be able to guess what the photos are. Good luck!
If you want to see how it turned out in 2010 have a look at:
- Aperture: ƒ/3.5
- Camera: COOLPIX S9100
- Focal length: 4.5mm
- ISO: 160
- Shutter speed: 1/160s