Last year it was the gingerbread house at Gasworks Park. This year, it’s still up in the air! Please read and fill out the form below to see how you can participate!
See how it was done! https://www.traciehowe.com/giant-gingerbread-house-how-it-was-made/
Hopefully, you were a part of, or at least saw last year’s first forced perspective photo by Tracie Howe Photography. If you haven’t seen it, see the above photo and click through the link to see how it was made. It was epic! A normal sized gingerbread house brought out to Gasworks Park, and lots of volunteers in the distance. Truly a project of epic proportions for me.
This year, I want to do something to rival last year’s photo! I still want to use forced perspective to make it look like something is really big or really small, because that makes it so much more fun! I won’t tell you what my idea is just yet, because I’m not sure if I can do it without some dedicated volunteers to take on just one or a few jobs.
I have the job descriptions below. Along with your name and email address, please make a note of which job number interests you. (I had a checkbox form made up, but I’m not smart enough to figure out who checks what) Don’t worry, you don’t have to fully commit just yet. At this point I’m only trying to gauge interest. Please thoroughly read each of the descriptions, because there may be some information that strikes your fancy.
I’m so excited about this year’s project and I hope you are too! So many wonderful people volunteered their time last year, and I hope even more will this year. Please share this link with anyone you know that may be interested, as I think something like this could grow over time. It could get better and better each year with the help of amazing volunteers like you!