7 Photos a week for all 52 weeks of 2013
Welcome to our 7/52 site. This site has been set up to grow our photo knowledge and expertise over 2013. If you have no clue what this is all about, just click the ABOUT link and it will explain it all.
If you aren't one of the 7/52 photographers, we invite you to join us or to just enjoy the photos. Click any of the links at right and see the photos by that photographer.
If you are a photographer, please read the ABOUT page and then send me a link to your photos as well as a self-portrait so I can add it here. Don't leave me hanging, take some pictures.
We did it! Great work everyone. Some of us have already posted our top 10/15/20 pics of the year as well. I will send out an e-mail tomorrow about the new year. Watch for it.
Could not narrow this down to only 10 so you will just have to suffer through 15. I put new comments on them as to why they made the top 15 but left the original comments below as well. They are in order from 15 to 1.
Can’t believe I finished the year – I was looking at photos from last years first week and I am amazed at how much my photos have changed!
I discovered Darkroom! Holy Cow – It’s fantastic! I think it will make it much easier for me to “process” photos this year. All of these are much better thanks to a little bit of tweeking. Really did wonders for my photos in front of a lit Christmas tree that were stark with a flash and too dark without.
Have a fantastic New Year’s –
Here it is -- my last set of the year! I've yet to finalize my Top 10 set, but hope to get that to you by this evening. Seeing as a precedent had been set (thanks Brian!), I expanded my short list to include my favourite 20 shots of the year.
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!
Jim this being the last week of the year and the end to our weekly photos I did a special tribute just for you. It is call a day in the life of our cats.
Check out the blog for Bill's new Victorian house by clicking here.
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. We had our whole family here. Both of our daughters were home. Our son's-in-law parents joined us on Christmas day. It sure makes it easier to get both families together and not make our daughter and her husband have to choose which family to be with or to have to split the day. Our "Navy" daughter's fiance flew in on Thursday and will be staying until New Year's day. We also put down the deposit for sight for their wedding.
© Jim Bellomo 2013