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February 2, 2012

Mobile Photography Challenge February Theme

by Patrick Gervais

Hey there,

So the January challenge is over and 18 images from 12 different mobile photographers were submitted to the Flickr group. Thanks to everyone who participated !!! I was happy to see that some people went ahead with the self-portrait even if they were uncomfortable. Each image is unique and is great to look through them all as a collection.

So the theme for February is “Letting Go“. Ok so this theme is a little more open to interpretation than January’s theme, self-portrait, but can in fact be easier for some people. If you look at this Google image search result of letting go you’ll see lots of hands letting go of objects. Some of them are interesting and well done but try think of the theme on a personal level. Have you let go of something or someone recently? Letting go can appear as a sad theme at first but it doesn’t have to be, you could be letting go of some stress that has been weighing you down for a while or letting go of a responsibility you never wanted. It doesn’t even have to be about you! It could be anything you want it to be. So we have until February 29th to submit up to 3 images to the Flickr group. Have fun…

No restriction this time on format so anything goes.

As in January please submit your images to the Flickr group pool but you can also add your images in the discussion thread for the February theme. This is a better method for discussing among the people who are doing the challenge.

Thanks for reading and good luck, Patrick

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