Friday, August 30, 2019

Join NHCC on Monday September 9th for 'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things'

Join NHCC on Monday September 9th for 'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things' 

Where: Unitarian Universalist church in Hamden; 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT 06517
Come at 6:45, programs start at 7:00.
Programs are FREE and open to the public (You must be a member to compete, attend workshops and field trips).
We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month for our programs and the fourth Monday of the month for our competitions.

'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things' 
Lisa will discuss the love for RUST and her approach to and experience with photographing historic and abandoned buildings, urban decay, etc. She will show techniques for wide angle and close-up photography including the use of HDR (high dynamic range), EDR (extended dynamic range), HDR-panoramas, and light painting in this program. Equipment and techniques used to bring out the beauty and drama of these subjects will also be discussed as we show our fascination with RUST. She aims to inspire you: inspire you to visit new "old" places and to get to know them well enough to tell their story, inspire you to capture high dynamic range images and to light paint, and inspire you to create art from decay. 
Lisa sees the Beauty in Decay and Abandonment. Old, Historic, Grand, Dramatic, Unique -- these characteristics draw us to explore and capture the essence of these rusty, dusty subjects and locations. Urban exploration (UrbEx) is the art of finding and exploring abandoned locations. Not all locations are technically "urban" or even "abandoned". The term abandoned is used VERY loosely. It is not "being abandoned" that attracts us to a place, it is the history, beauty, decay, charm, and architectural details (which contrast so drastically with today’s vanilla architecture). Another definition of UrbEx is the investigation of seldom seen man-made structures, a definition more consistent with our quest, since our subjects may be FAR from abandoned (like the architectural grandeur of bustling Grand Central Terminal or the surprising drama of the [empty] neo-Gothic Eastern State Penitentiary), but these sites count as "unseen" because few people actually stop to appreciate beautiful prison architecture or the jaw-dropping details of Grand Central, a place that they might even rush through twice a day. 



Bio -- please post, but spoken version can be ad-libbed and shortened.

Tom and Lisa have published two books with Amherst Media. The first called “Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things” is about their HDR and light painted images; it can be ordered from Amazon http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-urbex and is also available at brick and mortar bookstores like Barnes and Noble. Their second, one year later, is called “The Frog Whisperer: Portraits and Stories” http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-frogs.
They teach photography a variety of image capture and post-processing workshops and seminars, in the classroom and in the field. They have presented a variety of instructional programs and workshops (Photoshop, Digital Workflow, HDR, RAW processing, Macro photography, Travel photography, plus fun and interesting travelogue slideshows) at NECCC, PPA, PSA, plus many other camera clubs and other organizations. Check out their photo and editing classes, their photo tours and workshops, and view their photographs at www.photographybylisaandtom.com. They are excited to have an opportunity to inspire you with their "Creativity is contagious, pass it on" philosophy and their “Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like” approach.


Short Bio (Verbal version):
Tom and Lisa Cuchara are known throughout the Greater New England Area for their expertise in Photography, and in Photoshop, and for their inspirational and informative photo tours, classes, and workshops. They both have created numerous award winning photographic images and enjoy sharing their vision, passion and knowledge with other people. They have published two books with Amherst Media. The first called “Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things” is about their HDR and light painted images; it can be ordered from Amazon http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-urbexand is also available at brick and mortar bookstores like Barnes and Noble. Their second, one year later, is called “The Frog Whisperer” http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-frogs.You can learn more about Lisa and Tom at www.photographybylisaandtom.com and be sure to check out their workshops at http://tinyurl.com/lisatomworkshops.

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Join us on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the New Haven Camera Club's CAMERA GEAR and PHOTOGRAPHY SALE

Interested in buying or selling camera gear or other photographic items?
Join us on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the New Haven Camera Club's CAMERA GEAR and PHOTOGRAPHY SALE 
                   7  to 9 pm at the Unitarian Society of New Haven, 
                            700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden CT
                                   
           Information for SELLERS:
  • Must be a camera club or PPA member.
  • Possible items: digital cameras, lenses, filters, other equipment & accessories, prints and other photographic art items.
  • Sellers will decide how payment will be accepted, with 20% of proceeds going to the New Haven Camera Club.
  • The deadline for reserving a space is October 1, 2019.
  • Contact Jan Doyle at 203-314-3095and/or jmdteach@comcast.netfor more information and/or make a reservation – [Jan needs to know your space requirements].
  • Sellers should arrive at 6:15 to set up for the 7 pm opening.  
Information for BUYERS:
Join us at 7 pm, complete your name tag, mingle with other camera club members, and possibly pick up some items to enhance your photographic capabilities.



Wednesday, August 28, 2019

NHCC Dues are due. Please mail your dues for the 2019-20 season

NHCC Dues are due. Please mail your dues for the 2019-20 season

Remember you must be paid member before the first competition in order to participate in image competitions, you must also be a paid member to attend workshops and/or field trips.

Come to a NHCC Meeting!
When: 2nd and 4th Mondays, 7:00 pm (September thru May).
Where: Unitarian Universalist church in Hamden; 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT 06517

New members are always wanted!! For more information contact Paul Peterson

Note: You must be a CT resident (or a student) in order to become a NEW member

Guests are always welcome!
Membership is open to everyone who enjoys photography at any skill level.
Programs are always free, but you must be a paid member in order to attend field trips, workshops and to enter photo competitions.
The best way to meet people is to sign up for field trips and workshops.
Workshops are also a great learning tool.
Click here for the NHCC MEMBERSHIP Application.
To join, please download our Membership Form and bring it with you to a meeting or mail it to the Membership Chair. All members of the NHCC is also required to sign a Liability Waiver in order to participate in club activities, attend programs and workshops, etc..

Bring your membership form to a meeting or mail your membership form and check to: NHCC c/o Ann Yost 163 Woodvale Rd West Haven, CT 06516
New members (only first time members) ** Join after March 1st and your dues include the following season membership as well.
Please check out our NHCC BLOG http://www.nhccphotoblog.blogspot.com Our Blog contains relevant and timely information and you can subscribe to our blog to receive an email when the blog is updated. Members should subscribe to our Blog in order to stay informed.

We have Friendly Photography Competitions (monthly). We compete images: digital (open category), digital (assigned subject), monochrome, creative, and critique only once a month (typically the 4th Monday of the month). You may also bring an unframed print for a member's vote competition. Please see our handbook which contains the rules and instructions for competing your images.

New Haven Camera Club -- APPLICATION FOR NHCC MEMBERSHIP

You must be a resident of Connecticut (or student) in order to become a NEW member

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Send application and check to: NHCC c/o Ann Yost 163 Woodvale Rd West Haven, CT 06516

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Please read and sign below. I am applying for membership in the New Haven Camera Club (NHCC). I understand that participation in the NHCC club's activities is voluntary. I waive all liability against the NHCC, and its officers and members and I assume any risk associated with my membership and/or participation in any activities or field trips.

LIABILITY RELEASE: By attending a photography event, workshop, meeting, and/or outing ["Events"] sponsored by and/or organized with or by New Haven Camera Club (NHCC), I acknowledge that it is not without risk. I agree that NHCC and its directors, officers, agents, or assigns will not be held liable for injury, illness, accident, medical emergency, death or other related problems arising from the Event. I also agree to hold NHCC and its officers, members, or assigns harmless in the event I suffer equipment theft, damage or loss; memory card theft, damage or loss; data loss; and/or the loss of any other personal property or physical injury while attending any Event. I agree that NHCC and its officers, members, or assigns are not liable for acts by humans or of God that may occur during any Event, including, but not limited to: severe weather, earthquakes, volcanic activity, war, terrorism, riot or other civil unrest.

ASSUMPTION OF RISK: As a participant in any Event, I acknowledge that I am expected to be in normal health and am willing to be responsible for my own actions. Although problems are extremely rare, photography events are not risk-free. I acknowledge that my participation in the events constitutes an awareness and acceptance of these risks. I assume complete and total responsibility for my own health, safety and well-being while attending any NHCC event.

BINDING ARBITRATION: I agree that any dispute relating to this Release and Assumption of Risk shall be resolved exclusively by binding arbitration according to the then existing rules of the American Arbitration Association in the state of Connecticut in which the NHCC operates.

KNOWING AND VOLUNTARY EXECUTION: I have carefully read and fully understand the contents and legal ramifications of this Liability Release, Assumption of Risk and Arbitration Agreement. I understand that this is a legally binding and enforceable contract and I sign it of my own free will. I agree that if any portion of this agreement is found to be void or unenforceable, the remaining portions shall remain in full force and effect.

Signed _______________________________________________________ Date _____________

Monday, August 26, 2019

Join NHCC on Monday September 9th for 'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things'

Join NHCC on Monday September 9th for 'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things' 

Where: Unitarian Universalist church in Hamden; 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT 06517
Come at 6:45, programs start at 7:00.
Programs are FREE and open to the public (You must be a member to compete, attend workshops and field trips).
We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month for our programs and the fourth Monday of the month for our competitions.

'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things' 
Lisa will discuss the love for RUST and her approach to and experience with photographing historic and abandoned buildings, urban decay, etc. She will show techniques for wide angle and close-up photography including the use of HDR (high dynamic range), EDR (extended dynamic range), HDR-panoramas, and light painting in this program. Equipment and techniques used to bring out the beauty and drama of these subjects will also be discussed as we show our fascination with RUST. She aims to inspire you: inspire you to visit new "old" places and to get to know them well enough to tell their story, inspire you to capture high dynamic range images and to light paint, and inspire you to create art from decay. 
Lisa sees the Beauty in Decay and Abandonment. Old, Historic, Grand, Dramatic, Unique -- these characteristics draw us to explore and capture the essence of these rusty, dusty subjects and locations. Urban exploration (UrbEx) is the art of finding and exploring abandoned locations. Not all locations are technically "urban" or even "abandoned". The term abandoned is used VERY loosely. It is not "being abandoned" that attracts us to a place, it is the history, beauty, decay, charm, and architectural details (which contrast so drastically with today’s vanilla architecture). Another definition of UrbEx is the investigation of seldom seen man-made structures, a definition more consistent with our quest, since our subjects may be FAR from abandoned (like the architectural grandeur of bustling Grand Central Terminal or the surprising drama of the [empty] neo-Gothic Eastern State Penitentiary), but these sites count as "unseen" because few people actually stop to appreciate beautiful prison architecture or the jaw-dropping details of Grand Central, a place that they might even rush through twice a day. 



Bio -- please post, but spoken version can be ad-libbed and shortened.

Tom and Lisa have published two books with Amherst Media. The first called “Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things” is about their HDR and light painted images; it can be ordered from Amazon http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-urbex and is also available at brick and mortar bookstores like Barnes and Noble. Their second, one year later, is called “The Frog Whisperer: Portraits and Stories” http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-frogs.
They teach photography a variety of image capture and post-processing workshops and seminars, in the classroom and in the field. They have presented a variety of instructional programs and workshops (Photoshop, Digital Workflow, HDR, RAW processing, Macro photography, Travel photography, plus fun and interesting travelogue slideshows) at NECCC, PPA, PSA, plus many other camera clubs and other organizations. Check out their photo and editing classes, their photo tours and workshops, and view their photographs at www.photographybylisaandtom.com. They are excited to have an opportunity to inspire you with their "Creativity is contagious, pass it on" philosophy and their “Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like” approach.


Short Bio (Verbal version):
Tom and Lisa Cuchara are known throughout the Greater New England Area for their expertise in Photography, and in Photoshop, and for their inspirational and informative photo tours, classes, and workshops. They both have created numerous award winning photographic images and enjoy sharing their vision, passion and knowledge with other people. They have published two books with Amherst Media. The first called “Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things” is about their HDR and light painted images; it can be ordered from Amazon http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-urbexand is also available at brick and mortar bookstores like Barnes and Noble. Their second, one year later, is called “The Frog Whisperer” http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-frogs.You can learn more about Lisa and Tom at www.photographybylisaandtom.com and be sure to check out their workshops at http://tinyurl.com/lisatomworkshops.

Friday, August 23, 2019

Join NHCC on Monday September 9th for 'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things'

Join NHCC on Monday September 9th for 'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things' 

Where: Unitarian Universalist church in Hamden; 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT 06517
Come at 6:45, programs start at 7:00.
Programs are FREE and open to the public (You must be a member to compete, attend workshops and field trips).
We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month for our programs and the fourth Monday of the month for our competitions.

'Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things' 
Lisa will discuss the love for RUST and her approach to and experience with photographing historic and abandoned buildings, urban decay, etc. She will show techniques for wide angle and close-up photography including the use of HDR (high dynamic range), EDR (extended dynamic range), HDR-panoramas, and light painting in this program. Equipment and techniques used to bring out the beauty and drama of these subjects will also be discussed as we show our fascination with RUST. She aims to inspire you: inspire you to visit new "old" places and to get to know them well enough to tell their story, inspire you to capture high dynamic range images and to light paint, and inspire you to create art from decay. 
Lisa sees the Beauty in Decay and Abandonment. Old, Historic, Grand, Dramatic, Unique -- these characteristics draw us to explore and capture the essence of these rusty, dusty subjects and locations. Urban exploration (UrbEx) is the art of finding and exploring abandoned locations. Not all locations are technically "urban" or even "abandoned". The term abandoned is used VERY loosely. It is not "being abandoned" that attracts us to a place, it is the history, beauty, decay, charm, and architectural details (which contrast so drastically with today’s vanilla architecture). Another definition of UrbEx is the investigation of seldom seen man-made structures, a definition more consistent with our quest, since our subjects may be FAR from abandoned (like the architectural grandeur of bustling Grand Central Terminal or the surprising drama of the [empty] neo-Gothic Eastern State Penitentiary), but these sites count as "unseen" because few people actually stop to appreciate beautiful prison architecture or the jaw-dropping details of Grand Central, a place that they might even rush through twice a day. 



Bio -- please post, but spoken version can be ad-libbed and shortened.

Tom and Lisa have published two books with Amherst Media. The first called “Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things” is about their HDR and light painted images; it can be ordered from Amazon http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-urbex and is also available at brick and mortar bookstores like Barnes and Noble. Their second, one year later, is called “The Frog Whisperer: Portraits and Stories” http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-frogs.
They teach photography a variety of image capture and post-processing workshops and seminars, in the classroom and in the field. They have presented a variety of instructional programs and workshops (Photoshop, Digital Workflow, HDR, RAW processing, Macro photography, Travel photography, plus fun and interesting travelogue slideshows) at NECCC, PPA, PSA, plus many other camera clubs and other organizations. Check out their photo and editing classes, their photo tours and workshops, and view their photographs at www.photographybylisaandtom.com. They are excited to have an opportunity to inspire you with their "Creativity is contagious, pass it on" philosophy and their “Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like” approach.


Short Bio (Verbal version):
Tom and Lisa Cuchara are known throughout the Greater New England Area for their expertise in Photography, and in Photoshop, and for their inspirational and informative photo tours, classes, and workshops. They both have created numerous award winning photographic images and enjoy sharing their vision, passion and knowledge with other people. They have published two books with Amherst Media. The first called “Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things” is about their HDR and light painted images; it can be ordered from Amazon http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-urbexand is also available at brick and mortar bookstores like Barnes and Noble. Their second, one year later, is called “The Frog Whisperer” http://tinyurl.com/lisatom-frogs.You can learn more about Lisa and Tom at www.photographybylisaandtom.com and be sure to check out their workshops at http://tinyurl.com/lisatomworkshops.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Join us on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the New Haven Camera Club's

Interested in buying or selling camera gear or other photographic items?
Join us on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the New Haven Camera Club's 
                      CAMERA GEAR and PHOTOGRAPHY SALE 
                   7  to 9 pm at the Unitarian Society of New Haven, 
                            700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden CT           
   
                               

blInformation for SELLERS:
  • Must be a camera club member.
  • Possible items: digital cameras, lenses, filters, other equipment & accessories, prints & other photographic art items.
  • Sellers will decide how payment will be accepted, with 20% of proceeds going to the New Haven Camera Club.
  • The deadline for reserving a space is October 1, 2019.
  • Contact Jan Doyle at 203-314-3095 and/or jmdteach@comcast.net for more information and/or make a reservation – [Jan needs to know your space requirements].
  • Sellers should arrive at 6:15 to set up for the 7 pm opening.  
                                                                   
Information for BUYERS:
Join us at 7 pm, complete your name tag, mingle with other camera club members, and possibly pick up  some items to enhance your photographic capabilities.



Tuesday, August 13, 2019

NHCC 2019-20 Season

http://www.newhavencameraclub.org/p/current-season.html

Current Season. We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month for our programs and the fourth Monday of the month for our competitions. Meetings are usually held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 7:00 pm Sept-May) at the Unitarian Universalist church in Hamden, Connecticut 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT 06517. Meetings are free and open to the public. You must be a member to compete, attend workshops and field trips. Come at 6:45, programs start at 7:00.

2019-20
Assigned Subject 2018-19. The assigned subject electronic competition is in addition to our regular open subject competition, and our monochrome and our creative category competitions.
Sept - Fences
Oct - Architecture
Nov - Church Interiors
Jan - Zoo Photography
Feb - Boats or Ships
March - Cemeteries and/or gravestones
April- Night Photography
May - Seascapes

2019-20
Sept 9 Lisa Cuchara program Create Fine Art Photographs from Historic Places and Rusty Things
Sept 23 competition
Oct 14 TAG SALE, contact Jan Doyle for Details jmdteach@comcast.net
Oct 28 competition
November 11 2019 Mark Bowie "How to Photograph by Moonlight"
Nov 25 competition
Dec 9 party
Jan 13 Jan Doyle “Fun Projects With Your Photographs”
Jan 27 competition
Feb 10 "The Elements of Nature" by Scott Dere
Feb 24 competition
Mar 9 "Creative Flower Photography" by Denise Saldana and Paul Peterson
Mar 23 competition
April 13 Mark Battista Create Still Life Images with Impact
April 27 competition
May 11 competition
June 8 EOY

Monday, August 12, 2019

Join us on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the New Haven Camera Club's

Interested in buying or selling camera gear or other photographic items?
Join us on Monday, October 14, 2019 at the New Haven Camera Club's 
              CAMERA GEAR & PHOTOGRAPHY SALE 
                   7  to 9 pm at the Unitarian Society of New Haven, 
                            700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden CT
                                   
           Information for SELLERS:
  • Must be a camera club or PPA member.
  • Possible items: digital cameras, lenses, filters, other equipment & accessories, prints and other photographic art items.
  • Sellers will decide how payment will be accepted, with 20% of proceeds going to the New Haven Camera Club.
  • The deadline for reserving a space is October 1, 2019.
  • Contact Jan Doyle at 203-314-3095and/or jmdteach@comcast.netfor more information and/or make a reservation – [Jan needs to know your space requirements].
  • Sellers should arrive at 6:15 to set up for the 7 pm opening.  
Information for BUYERS:
Join us at 7 pm, complete your name tag, mingle with other camera club members, and possibly pick up some items to enhance your photographic capabilities.



Friday, August 9, 2019

Assigned subjects for the 2019-2020 season

NHCC does not meet during the summer months, but keep our assigned subjects in your head as you take images during the summer!

Assigned subjects for the 2019-2020 season


ANSWER CHOICES RESPONSES

Fences 34.78%  8
Architecture 26.09% 6
Church Interiors 21.74% 5
Zoo photography 21.74% 5
Boats or ships 17.39% 4
Cemetery & grave stones 17.39% 4
Night photography 17.39% 4
Seascapes 17.39% 4

America the beautiful 13.04% 3
Barns 13.04% 3
Birds 13.04% 3
Books 13.04% 3
Bridge (s) 13.04% 3
Cityscapes 13.04% 3
Lighthouses 13.04% 3
Railroad 13.04% 3
Slow Shutter Speed 13.04% 3
Umbrellas 13.04% 3
Weathered 13.04% 3
Abstraction(s) 8.70% 2
Alphabet letters 8.70% 2
Autumn 8.70% 2
Beaches 8.70% 2
Buildings 8.70% 2
Critters 8.70% 2
Door (s) and/or Window (s) 8.70% 2
FoliageFall Color 8.70% 2
Gardens and Gardening 8.70% 2
Geometric Shape(s) 8.70% 2
Graffiti 8.70% 2
Hands 8.70% 2
Less is More (sparse composition) 8.70% 2
Motion and Blur 8.70% 2
Moving water 8.70% 2
Musical Instrument (s) 8.70% 2
Nature patterns 8.70% 2
Ocean 8.70% 2
Open Road 8.70% 2
Rivets 8.70% 2
Rural New England Scenes 8.70% 2
Sand or Snow 8.70% 2
Unusual Perspective 8.70% 2
Waterfalls 8.70% 2
Wooden 8.70% 2
Yellow 8.70% 2
Balloons or kites 4.35% 1
Brrr! 4.35% 1
Bumper Stickers, Billboards 4.35% 1
Close Ups 4.35% 1
Clouds 4.35% 1
Creativity at work (person at a handicraft/hobby) 4.35% 1
Diagonal Line (s) 4.35% 1
Distinctive Old Men (portraits) 4.35% 1
Emotions 4.35% 1
Faces 4.35% 1
Farm Life 4.35% 1
Fog 4.35% 1
Food 4.35% 1
Forest Floor 4.35% 1
Fruit(s) and/or Vegetable(s) 4.35% 1
Full Moon 4.35% 1
Gears 4.35% 1
Glass 4.35% 1
Harbors 4.35% 1
Hats 4.35% 1
Having fun 4.35% 1
Lakes/ponds 4.35% 1
Leaves 4.35% 1
Light Painting 4.35% 1
Macro (1:1 or larger than life size) 4.35% 1
Metal 4.35% 1
"Missed It"  the one that got away 4.35% 1
Mushrooms 4.35% 1
Photojournalism 4.35% 1
Portraits 4.35% 1
Puppies 4.35% 1
Red 4.35% 1
Red, White and Blue (must contain all 3 colors) 4.35% 1
Reenactors 4.35% 1
Reflection(s) 4.35% 1
Rolling Hills 4.35% 1
Rust 4.35% 1
Shoes 4.35% 1
Solitude 4.35% 1
Something Different 4.35% 1
Sports Action 4.35% 1
Star Trails 4.35% 1
Street Photography 4.35% 1
Street Scenes 4.35% 1
Sunrise/Sunset 4.35% 1
Textures 4.35% 1
Theaters 4.35% 1
The golden hour 4.35% 1
Three of a Kind 4.35% 1
Through a Window 4.35% 1
Tool(s) 4.35% 1
Train(s) 4.35% 1
Tree(s) 4.35% 1
Trucks 4.35% 1
Twilight 4.35% 1
Wet 4.35% 1
Wheel(s) 4.35% 1
Wild Things 4.35% 1
Windows 4.35% 1
Bell (s) 0.00%
Blue 0.00%
Bottle(s) 0.00%
Butterflie(s) and/or Insect(s) 0.00%
Calm 0.00%
Cameras 0.00%
Candlelight 0.00%
Candy 0.00%
Children 0.00%
Circles 0.00%
City Lights 0.00%
Clocks 0.00%
Clowning around 0.00%
Cold 0.00%
Composites 0.00%
Cosplay 0.00%
Cotter pins 0.00%
Different perspective 0.00%
Eye(s) 0.00%
Feathers 0.00%
Fishing 0.00%
Flea markets/yard sales 0.00%
Footprints 0.00%
Framed 0.00%
Front Doors 0.00%
Funny 0.00%
Green 0.00%
Hair 0.00%
Happiness is… 0.00%
Health 0.00%
Holes 0.00%
Humor 0.00%
Ice 0.00%
Ice cream 0.00%
In a row 0.00%
Junkyard items 0.00%
Kindness 0.00%
Lakes 0.00%
Lock(s) and/or Door Knob(s) 0.00%
Looking Up 0.00%
Love 0.00%
Minions 0.00%
Monochrome 0.00%
Multiple Exposure 0.00%
Odd numbers 0.00%
Odd shapes 0.00%
Old Farm Tractors 0.00%
Out of place 0.00%
Out the window 0.00%
Paint/Paints 0.00%
Panning 0.00%
Patterns or Textures 0.00%
People at work 0.00%
Purple 0.00%
Repetition 0.00%
Reptiles (not amphibians) 0.00%
Round 0.00%
S Curve (s) 0.00%
School 0.00%
Selfportrait 0.00%
Shadows 0.00%
Silhouettes 0.00%
skates and skateboards 0.00%
Sleep (y) 0.00%
Smiles 0.00%
So ugly it's cute… 0.00%
Spires or Towers 0.00%
Spring 0.00%
Stairs 0.00%
Starry Night 0.00%
Steampunk 0.00%
Storm 0.00%
Streams 0.00%
Summer time 0.00%
Superheros 0.00%
Sweet 0.00%
Swirls 0.00%
Technology 0.00%
Teeth 0.00%
Temptations (PG13) 0.00%
Time 0.00%
Triangle(s) 0.00%
Twosomes 0.00%
Unexpected 0.00%
Vegetables 0.00%
Vibrant 0.00%
View from Below 0.00%
VW Bugs 0.00%
Wall (s) 0.00%
Warm 0.00%
Water 0.00%
Waves (water) 0.00%
Weather (good or bad) 0.00%
Winter 0.00%
Woodlands 0.00%
Work 0.00%