June: Urban and Rural
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This April CRPhotography will be continuing its official monthly themes in which a photography category is spotlighted by us for the entire month. What does this mean? On top of our monthly contest, we will be posting interviews, features, Q&A's, and more, all centered around our monthly theme. June's theme is:

Urban & Rural


However, we need your help and input!

Interviews: 


Who would you like to see interviewed from the Urban & Rural gallery? What specific questions would you like them to answer?

Specialists:


Would you consider yourself a specialist of Urbam & Rural? If so, would you be willing to contribute articles on tips and tricks, tutorials, or features for CRPhotography ? If so, please send us a noteIf you'd rather just contribute some tips without writing out an article, feel free to also shoot us a note with whatever advice you may have!

General Tips and Hints?


Would you consider yourself a specialist of any photography gallery? If so, would you be willing to be an "on-call" specialist for CRPhotography? This would mean we could contact you to help answer questions our members may have, and possibly ask you to write up tutorials or offer other resources to our members. If you would be interested, please send us a note!

Other:


Is there anything else you would like us to cover this June for Urbam & Rural? If so, just leave a comment here, or send us a note!

Future themes:


  • July: Architecture
  • August: Street


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UszatyArbuz's avatar
UszatyArbuz| Digital Artist
Waiting for the new theme~ :)
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Markotxe|Hobbyist Photographer
interesting proposals
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