Welcome to this week’s Photography Challenge! Every week, I challenge myself and all my readers to come up with some great photography using a new theme each week. It is a great way to get used to all those crazy settings on your digital camera, and take photos that you will be proud of! This week, our theme is “Pet Photography“!
But before we begin, please take a few moments to check out some of the amazing photos submitted last week, when our theme was birds! We had a ton of submissions!
Since I currently have a house full of dogs, it wasn’t difficult for me to find a subject. And Faith was more than happy to cooperate! I went out the gate to take out the trash and noticed several sets of eager eyes watching me through the fence. Perfect opportunity to get an interesting shot! Faith is the official guard dog of the Sitcom, along with my backyard, the dog food bin and of course, my lap.
This photo was taken with my Canon SX30IS and edited using the free software at picmonkey.com.
So how did you do?
It’s not too late! Email your birds submissions to me! Check out the Submission Guidelines. I will post your photos here along with any information that you would like to include. If you have a website, feel free to add a link to your site! I will be taking birds submissions all week! Feel free to send your original photo!
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Next week’s theme for the 2013 Photography Challenge is “Mountains”. See the information at the bottom of the post for details!
This week’s submissions:
This is Timmy, our little Sheltie rescue from Long Island Sheltie Rescue. He was sitting pretty next to my Mother’s Day plant. Not sure who was prettier, but he sure makes me smile everyday. ~ Pamela Pare- Maricopa, AZ- See http://pinterest.com/papare/photography/ for more of my photos.
Gracie and Puddin playing tug of war some years back…..And my grown up Puddin…as she looks now.~ Vonne Pope- Douglasville, GA
This is my cat “Cougar” who’s about 13 years old and spoiled rotten to say the least. He is named cougar because the day I got him, he bit me. The next day he became an “It” — he hasn’t bitten me since! ~Katy Madsen- Shelley, ID
I used picmonkey.com to make these mini collages of Booksey Rose, Buttercup Renea and Lizzie Miranda. ~Brenda Williams- Weatherford, OK- Cats, Kids and Crafts
OK, now how do I get out of this pile of leaves? Our little five pound Yorkie – Mallery was playing in the leaves with our Grandson, Logan this fall. She got into a pile that was much bigger than her and couldn’t figure out how to get out!
Come on, come on, pick me up! Our little Yorkie, Mallery wanted our Granddaughter, Savannah to pick her up. ~Jan Juchniewicz- Mukwonago, WI
From: Pye Squire
2 of my 6 crazy cats, Sylvester and Fuzz- I think they’re waiting for me to leave so the party can start! ~ Sherry- N. Chesterfield, VA
These are of my cat Prusik. Sadly when I came here I had to leave him behind but I made sure he found a new home with a nice elderly couple.~Luc from Mexico
Dominique and max - Dakota from Michigan
For me , they announce spring : these last days, they are slowly waking …. D. Monrocher
”Gravy was getting tired of watching “Winged Migration” hahahaha ~Lynda – Douglasville, GA
My name is Cynthia and my dogs name is tank. We’re from Racine, WI and I adopted Tank. He loves getting his picture taken so I have many photos and couldn’t decide which one to submit, so I’m submitting a couple. All photos were taken with my Samsung galaxy s2 cell phone and some were edited with instagram.
This is my my super silly/clumsy cat Gus!~ Nicole from Virginia
Next Week’s Theme- Mountains
Have a great photograph of mountains? I know I do. Try to come up with something from a unique view. Your challenge is to take a photo that you are proud of and show us what you got! Need a couple of examples?
So go grab that camera and take your best shots! I’ll see you back here next week!
Be sure to visit some of our previous photography challenges!