Weekly Challenge: "Loud!"

weekly-challenge

#1

This week’s challenge is to capture … … … … LOUD

You have until 11:59AM Central US Time on Friday November 16th to add your submission!
For more information on the Weekly challenges check out this thread.

I can’t wait to see what you all come up with, and may the odds be ever in your favor!

The winner was chosen!

As tough as it was, I chose @Jeff_B as the winner. He captured “LOUD” so well with his heavy metal photo.

Thank you, everyone, for participating!


#2

Well, the first challenge and I had to already use a photo from the archives, but it’s all for fun anyways.

Also, I picked a photo that doesn’t really fit that well. The reason I chose it is because 1.) that waterfall was really loud and two, I did a fresh edit full of saturation making the colors really loud too.

I know I can’t win, because I’m the judge and all but I still wanted to submit a photo!

Thank’s to all that participate!


#3

#4

Not the best photo but I’m currently House bound after “pulling my back” and I loved the light on the wall this alarm clock projects.


#5

Sorry about your back =/ I have serious back problems too, so I know how you feel right now.

As far as the picture goes, I love it. So much texture!


#6

I had an MRI and i’ve got 2 “slipped discs” pressing on the left nerves

I thought so too
I came back 2min later with a real camera and it didn’t look the same
so it was just luck


#7

Oof, that’s rough.

That’s happened to me a ton of times.


#8

Well, as @Daniel knows, I only deal in “loud” photos. Here is my submission…Daniel Winter-Bates of the British metal band, Bury Tomorrow


#9

Damn that’s awesome. Glad to see you here, hope it’s fun for you and you and we see you around!


#10

Thanks brother, glad you like it! 99% of the photography I do is concert photography, and then 99% of that is heavy metal.

This is Tamino from EXA, a thrash metal band from Berlin.


#11

I follow you on Instagram and I love your photos. It’s all stuff that I could never do. Low light action photos are impossible for me.


#12

Well, I’m glad you enjoy them. It’s not easy work and it’s taken a lot of practice. Upgrading to a better camera has certainly helped. Right now I’m using a Nikon D5200 with a 35mm f/1.8 prime lens and the kit lens (18-55mm f/3.5-5.6). The 18-55mm is not optimal, but I make it work.


#13

I started out with a 3200 with that same lens. I loved it honestly. I also have the 18-55 now which works for me. I usually shoot at f11+ though.


#14