WEEK 50: Intentional Camera Movement – 2017 Trevor Carpenter Photochallenge

I’ve never been a fan of ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) techniques for two reasons. The first is I’m more of an editorial photographer. The second reason, I never really found READ MORE →

WEEK 49: Contrasting Colors – 2017 Trevor Carpenter Photochallenge

Since last week was a black and white challenge, this week, we’re going to play with color. In particular, we’re going to look for Contrasting Colors. In a nutshell, contrasting READ MORE →

WEEK 48: B&W Square Format Photography – 2017 Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge

 Without getting into too much technical detail, I think Aaron Chang pretty much sums it up. Thanks to Instagram, square format images live on well into the digital age. READ MORE →

2017 Trevor Carpenter Photochallenge, week 46 : This is not a pipe

Time to get creative this week as we dive into the wonderful world of Surrealism! To be more specific, this week, your challenge is to follow in the footsteps of READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 43: Negative Space

This week, we’re going to experiment with Negative Space. Put simply, negative space is the area around your subject, rather than the subject itself. By creatively controlling this empty space READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 42: THE WHEEL IS BACK

For those of you who were part of my first experimental WHEEL OF PHOTOGRAPHY, you’ll remember all the fun we had. I actually wasn’t too sure if it was going READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 40: Reflections

This week, we’re looking to create photos that have fun, interesting reflections. By photographing a reflection of your subject, you can often create a more interesting, memorable image than if READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 38: CHANGE OF SEASON

Here we are, the last weekend of summer, I’m guessing the last weekend of winter down under. I’m one to miss the passage of summer. I like it warm and READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 37: Minimalism – Repeating Patterns

This week, we continue with the Minimalism theme, by looking for subjects that have  repeating patterns. The goal this week is to find a subject that not only has an READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 33: Get Close!

This week’s theme is very simple: Get close to your subject! Doing so is a great way to emphasize your subject, and to help make your photos even more dramatic READ MORE →