About Project MCP: Photo Challenges for Photographers
Project MCP: Join in Anytime!
Project MCP is designed to push your creativity, improve your photography skills and help you capture images and memories to last a lifetime. Beginners, hobbyists and professional photographers are all invited to share in the journey.
On the first Saturday of each month, the Project MCP Team will offer up four, or five, challenges; one for each week of the month. The challenges might be a theme, technique or inspirational. Complete all, or just a couple. Take your photos in one shoot or in multiple sessions. This way you can fit Project MCP into your schedule and your life.
To keep you motivated, each Saturday you can check back on the MCP Actions Blog to learn more about the challenges, see other photographer's work and learn new techniques.
To participate in Project MCP:
Join the Project MCP Flickr group and/or our The MCP Facebook Page, take your
photos and upload your images.
Visit our Blog on the first Saturday of each month to find out the new challenges.
Bookmark this page: projectmcp.info - this will help you find the posts each
Remember, you can share unedited or edited images, iPhone, point and shoot, or
SLR photos, anything goes. If you edited with MCP Actions, we'd love you to
indicate what you used.
Spread the love – Everyone likes praise. Visit the Project MCP Flickr group and the
MCP Actions Facebook page to view submissions and leave comments for your
fellow photographers. Please only give constructive criticism if asked for.
Remember many participants are non-pros and are just looking to have fun. If you
want detailed feedback and critique, indicate that.
Spread the word – Share on Facebook, Twitter, your blog and photo forums all over
the web. The more participants we have, the more we will learn from each other as
photographers and the more fun it will be. Grab a Project MCP Banner here.
This is a public group.
Members can post 10 things to the pool each month.
- Accepted media types:
- Accepted content types:
- Accepted safety levels: