This week our community got bigger – so a big, warm, Light Stalking welcome to our 130 new members. We also had tons of great posts and images posted to the forum as well. Here we've condensed for you the best of the first week from October!
So sit back and enjoy all the things that you may have missed!
Also important for you to know, we moved Light Stalking to new hosting so we can be more stable and faster for you. This saw us experience some glitches in the system – as any kind of move will always do. Please tell us in the forum if you are experiencing any problems, we are here to help.
Photo Of The Week – October 8th, 2018
Give It A Twirl – by Mistyisle
Here is what Kent DuFault had to say about the photo of the week:
“I thought this showed a lot of creativity in an interesting and unusual way. Congratulations Jim.”
Congratulations on Photo of the Week and don't forget to join our challenges to spark your creativity or post to the Tank to get some constructive feedback on your images.
What You Missed in the Light Stalking Community
After a long wait, we finally got some valuable insights into the Fujifilm X-T3 thanks to Erik Fransman. Here you can see some of the test shots of this powerful and impressive camera. The great thing about this test is that Erik was merciless with the camera and went after some pretty hardcore lighting situations, enjoy!
One of our newest members KAllen started things out with some really big and interesting questions. One of those invites us to reflect and think about the meaning of photography these days. It is an actually interesting subject to discuss, so if you want to share some thoughts on this one, please feel free to post your thoughts here. Here a question about being a professional photographer when something goes array was asked in the forum – it is so important to be able to get feedback to questions about the business of photography. Please make sure you share your thoughts to help out other photographers.
A couple of days ago Jasenka shared with us a really interesting post at Light Stalking’s blog, it is about photographic galleries around the world. Experiencing photography in a physical way is a must in every photographer's life.
Here Are Some Of The Amazing Images From Our Weekly Challenges
We got some great shots from the participants at the 402nd Weekend Photography Challenge – this challenge theme was TIME
We asked Light Stalking's own Federico Alegria's to list some favorites: