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Date: 01/04/2014 | By: Heather

Flickr Photography Challenge: Working with one light source – It’s time to vote!

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Flickr Photography Challenge: Working with one light source – It’s time to vote!

First and foremost, we’d like to thank everyone who participated in our first Monthly Flickr Challenge held in association with Tyson Robichaud. We had lots of great submissions, and it seems like everyone had fun experimenting with the theme!

As you can imagine, it was a real challenge to narrow our choices down to just three. In the end, we went for the three images which we felt best exemplified the purpose of the challenge – to use one light source in a creative manner.

Now that we’ve reduced the number to three, it is now your turn to choose the image you feel best fulfils the requirements of the challenge! From April 1st to 5th, feel free to vote on your favourite image by using the poll below and on Tyson’s website. The winner will be invited to choose the theme for April 2014!

Good luck to the finalists and happy voting!

Update: The winner of March’s Monthly Flickr Challenge is Marco Bozzato! Congratulations. You will soon be contacted to suggest a new theme for the month of April. :-)

This poll is closed! Poll activity:
start_date 2014-04-01 13:27:34
end_date 2014-04-05 23:59:59
Poll Results:
Which is your favourite image?

1. Heather’s Choice: Magia by Marco Bozzato (Facebook page/Flickr)

Translated into English, the title of this photo is ‘Magic,’ a word which aptly describes the emotion generated by this image. The light on the floor almost makes it appear as if the young boy is peering into another world. 

magia-marco-bozzato

 2. Tyson’s Choice: Confession Time by Alex O’Neil (Flickr)

I feel that the combination of an ethereal light from above linked to the cross on his shirt tells a great story. 

confession-time-alex-oneal

 3. Mathieu’s Choice: Lux – Arco by Nando Uy (Flickr)

This image by Nando with its cool special effects is definitely a unique way of using one light source. It is both powerful and well-composed. 

lux-arco-nando-uy

Haven’t voted for your favourite image? Do so now!

This poll is closed! Poll activity:
start_date 2014-04-01 13:27:34
end_date 2014-04-05 23:59:59
Poll Results:
Which is your favourite image?

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Heather Broster was born in Canada, has lived in Japan and Italy but currently calls Wales home. She is a full-time gear tester at MirrorLessons. You can follow her on Google+, Twitter or Facebook!

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