2019 WEEK 50: Fun and Games

Since we had a (great) technical challenge last week, we’ll move to something a bit more open ended (and perhaps a bit silly) this week: Fun and Games. You are READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 49: Action Sequence Photography

I was recently in Moab, UT and came across some base jumpers at the top of a cliff. I quickly grabbed my camera out of the backseat of the car and shot in burst mode as each person jumped. This style of photography is called “Action Sequence Photography” and can be used with any subject that moves through the frame, i.e. sports, wildlife, a pet or child playing in the yard, etc. READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 48: Electricity

This week’s challenge theme is Electricity. You can choose a more literal interpretation of the challenge (lights, batteries, appliances, gadgets, plugs, wires, etc), or a more figurative interpretation. The electricity READ MORE →

2019 Week 47 The Orton Effect.

Your Challenge if you choose to accept it is to produce an image using the Orton Effect. The Image below was produced by Michael Orton. Michael Orton originally created the READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 46: Flat Lay

Flat Lay is a sub-genre of still life photography. It is typically a group of objects that tell a story when put together and then photographed from a bird’s eye view. It is particularly popular in food photography and product photography, but there it is certainly not limited to that. Often times a hand-written note or some other creative wording is included in a flat lay for inspiration. READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 45: Camouflage

This week’s challenge is to show anything that appears camouflaged. Anything that blends in or tries to blend in with its surroundings would make for a good subject. This can READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 43: Balance

This week’s challenge is to take a photograph that conveys the idea of Balance. The choice of subject is completely up to you: You can use a more literal interpretation, READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 41: Fake Miniature / Tilt Shift

This week, we’ll experiment with creating “Fake Miniatures“: A photo that makes the object look like a miniature, small scale model, when it’s actually a large, full-sized object. (This is READ MORE →