The Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge and COVID-19

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We at the Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge and Tempus Aura Studios understand the complexity of current events in regards to COVID-19. Many of our participants are having their daily lives altered READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 33: Astrophotography

This week we’re going to be looking up at the night sky. The night sky offers a plethora of photographic opportunities and in case you’re wondering, yes, you can accomplish the challenge from your backyard or balcony. You might think that you can only take photos of the night sky in areas with no moon and no light pollution, but that isn’t entirely true. There are plenty of options for city dwellers to photograph the night sky. Your camera will always “see” more than your eyes can see, so you might be surprised at what you can capture. READ MORE →

WEEK 32: WATER and WATER CRITTERS

Water, it’s everywhere, it’s responsible for life on earth and without it, we wouldn’t be here… Our planet is covered with more water than land, our bodies are made up on average of 60% water. READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 31: Intimate Landscapes

An intimate landscape photo is one which isolates a small section of a landscape. It encompasses the area between grand vistas and macro photos. An intimate landscape might be taken in an area with grand vistas, but it could just as easily be a photo taken in your backyard. Intimate landscapes tend to create order from apparent chaos by focusing on repeating shapes, lines, texture, etc. Click through to find links to articles that further discuss the concept of intimate landscapes. READ MORE →

WEEK 29: Up Close With Urban Nature and Wildlife

This week I want to get close up and personal with nature in an open theme. It doesn’t have to be macro or close-up photography, I want you to fill the frame up with nature whether you’re using a wide-angle lens, a macro lens or a high power telephoto lens. READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 27: Rim Lighting

This week we’re going to experiment with a particular type of lighting called rim lighting. It is created by light hitting the back of your subject and is best seen when the background behind your subject is dark. The light source can be natural (i.e. the sun) or unnatural (i.e. flash or a continuous light source). Your subject can be lit (with fill-flash or a reflector) or in dark shadow for a very moody feeling. The choice is up to you. READ MORE →

WEEK 26: Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and More…

Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash READ MORE →