This week, the challenge is to....Photograph the Places You'll Go
I know this challenge is a bit "out there". How can you possibly photograph places you've not been to!?...
This week's photo challenge is a lighting etude. Photograph Interesting Light.
Sometimes photographers look for a subject first – what we’re going to photograph - and forget to look for the light. Light is the medium of photographers – it is what we use to create photographs. Being able to see and use light is fundamental to photography....
This week's challenge is to: Photograph Sequences. Sequences set up a story with a beginning, middle and end. This challenge is perfect for showing how to do something - everything from cooking a recipe to creating a piece of art to changing a diaper (I dare you! 🙂
I’m heading out this week for a very exciting trip. Truth be told I’m a little nervous. I’ve done a lot of traveling but this is an adventure a little outside of my comfort zone. But the trip is about photography so these are the things I'm doing right now to prepare to make great photographs on my trip.
This week, the theme is to:
This week's challenge is an opportunity to look for balance in your life. This balance can be symbolic or actual balance. The cairns are really both. Stones literally balanced on top of each other, but also a symbol of balance in my life.
We're photographing the mundane this week - something everyday - something ordinary.
This is all up for interpretation as what I think of as ordinary maybe extraordinary to others.
The challenge this week isn't just to photograph windows -
This week, the challenge is to photograph windows within windows.
I was participating in a mentoring class this week and another participant wrote a comment that just broke my heart because I completely understand the feeling and remember not too long in the past feeling exactly the same way...
Weekly Photo Challenge: Strength
This week, photograph strength - of all sorts. Men with big, bulging muscles come to mind or powerful animals. This can be one way to think of strength.
Musical scales and etudes are designed to build our technique and the work will pay off later. Etudes are the medicine of music. We practice them to make us better. Photography can have its etudes as well. Any exercise designed to enhance a particular photographic skill is a “photographic etude”.
Flow and the Art of Photography. Flow is the theory of enjoyment. I'll talk about what aspects of flow theory are probably at work when you're really enjoying the experience of photography.
This week, the theme is to:
Photograph Something Borrowed
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue....
You don't just have to think weddings this week, but a summer wedding would be appropriate.
So grab your camera this week - or better still, borrow someone else's - and go see what you can negotiate.