Crowdsourced Sundays: Week 2
Hello again people of the online world!
Welcome to WEEK 2 of Crowdsourced Sundays. Last week’s inaugural collaboration really blew me away. I mean totally. The number of contributions and the sheer amount of feedback across the various social networks left me gobsmacked. The collaboration of bloggers, tweeters and other web users was exactly what I’d hoped for. I really think we have something here. Of course any project lives and dies not by it’s first outing, imbued such as it is with novelty value, but by it’s sophomore effort.
By the way, if you’re still catching up, you can read all about Crowdsourced Sundays here.
So to this week’s theme…
This week’s theme is something close to my heart on Fridays…
THE SUPERMARKET SHELF
I want shots taken in your local food emporium, whether it’s in an out-of-town temple to consumerism or the local mini-mart. It can be whatever product you like but taken not in your hand nor in your trolley, but in situ. This is not a simple proposition. Some supermarkets take a dim view of people taking pictures in their aisles. Just remember, sometimes being bad feels good…
Remember, quality is not a concern. Given the necessarily surreptitious nature of the theme, blurred is probably the norm! Style points *might* be awarded for the stranger items.
Submit your contribution either via Twitter (reply to me or simply use the #crowdsourcedsundays hashtag and I’ll catch it) or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come back on Sunday and check out the gallery of goodies. In the mean time, tell your friends about Crowdsourced Sundays and let’s keep this thing going!