Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Nail it - Wordless Wednesday

I can't ever just have a regular Wordless Wednesday. It's just not how it works out. I've always got something to say. Just ask my husband.
The announce from last weeks Wordless got forgotten. So, I'll take care of that now.
Amanda - are you up for joining us again? We might have to start calling this 4 chicks and a dude. You know the drill Amanda.

The poster (that's me) will post a picture and its settings. No other verbiage is allowed. The commenter's (that's you) will guess in the comments section below how my picture associates with yesterdays (Tuesday's) picture. It can be a setting. It can be a play on words. It can be a theme. In every photo there are numerous ties, thus creating no right or wrong answer. Just make a comment below and you will be entered into our drawing to be our next guest photographer.

What if I am not good enough to be a guest photographer?
You are good enough. We love all kinds of photographers! That's what makes this so much fun. We believe that everybody has a unique view of this world and we want to see it through the lens of your camera. Any camera goes, camera phone, point and shoot, film camera that has its photos turned into jpgs., high end professional grade cameras, any and all of them! So make a guess and have some fun!

How does this all work?
The contest will go on until my (Brandi's) next post. I will use to choose the winner and post the story behind my picture and what the connection is, along with my photo for that day. All you have to do, as our chosen winner, is email us your picture before 10pm on your post day. Usually on a Sunday, but we are flexible. The photo has to be yours, has to tie into the picture from the day before, and 3C1D has to be authorized to use it. Just remember to keep checking back with us to make sure you get the post about who has won.

Only one guess per person. Have fun!


Nikon D40 kit lens @38mm
aperture f/5
shutter speed 1/1600sec
ISO 400
natural light/direct sun

1 comment:

  1. Warm colors, two baseballs - um, I mean circles -sharply focused on the hammer's head, and that hammer has driven in a lot of nails just like the Louisville Slugger can drive in runs... This is a cool tool!