GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - You can help Storm Team 8 keep the look current on our online forecast graphics by submitting a seasonal photo of West Michigan.
In June of 2013, Bill Lindhout shared a sunny umbrella shot from Grand Haven.
In December of 2012, Bill Lindhout sent us a photo of an October storm in Grand Haven. The image is made of 2 exposures. You can find his commercial work here.
Scott Novitsky sent us an HDR impage of Millennium Park in September 2012. The photo is made up of 12 images stitched together and then given and HDR look. The original image was more than 500 MB.
In August of 2012, Craig Gardiner sent us a bunch of great photos from southwest Michigan including sunsets in Saugatuck and South Haven. The photo we picked is of a farm house sunset near Allegan.
During the July heat wave of 2012 we featured a sunset scene from Grand Haven by photographer Jennifer Waters of Grumpy Pups Pets Photography.
In early summer of 2012 we featured are a photo of the Holland lighthouse taken by Tom DeVette. He's a frequent contributor to ReportIt and also takes a lot of great photos of car races .
In spring 2012 we featured a tulip photo submitted by Dan Bershing. You can find more of his fantastic landscape photography at http://www.danbershing.com /.
During the winter of 2011-12 we featured a Grand Rapids cityscape by Bryan Musser with MnR Imaging. His other photos can be found at www.mnrimagingstudios.com .
The autumn photo you saw in the fall of 2011 was shared to us by area photographer John Holkeboer, whose other great photos can be found at www.incredibleholkeboer.com .
To be really useful, here's what we're looking for:
- the image will be cropped to about 640 pixels wide by 135 pixels tall
- we must be able to remove the skyline to have a transparent background at the top
- we'll take care of the cropping and transparency, so email us the full-size image
- your image should be a high-resolution photo, but try to keep it under 12mb for email purposes
- scenery and skylines are best
- no identifiable people
- the photo should be of something in West Michigan
This isn't a contest, so there aren't any rules. We'll simply pick from the submissions and put a photo into place. When it feels stale, we'll switch out for a new photo. In all cases, we'll attribute you as the photographer. The bragging rights are all yours.
Questions or submissions? Email them all to firstname.lastname@example.org .