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All that glittersWednesday, December 30, 2020
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Start the new year as you mean to go on: this month we're asking you to show us an image that sums up the theme 'Forward'! It could be a literal street sign showing you the way, or a more abstract interpretation of a glowing sunrise, or a Macro capture of the very first new shoots of Spring. Perhaps you'll try panning and creatively capturing motorsport, or focusing more on fast-moving birds in flight – whatever you decide, we hope that this challenge will begin your 2021 on a positive note!
What’s your visual interpretation of this topic?
Do you already have a great picture to submit? If not, grab your camera, get creative and post your pictures. You may just be the winner of €500 voucher for new equipment to spend at the online webshop!
Inspire us with what inspires you on this topic with your stunning images!
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Get the low-down on the how-to of using your camera's settings, features and more for easy photos.