This week’s challenge should be a fun, simple one: Photograph anything with strong elements of symmetry. The choice of subject is up to you– it can be architectural, natural, man-made, or even something abstract. The only requirement is that you subjects have some form of symmetry.
As always, let’s look at some examples:
Architecture is one of the most common places to find strong elements of symmetry. The ceiling of the Sainte Chapelle church is a beautiful example.
Symmetry can be found in landscapes, as with this stunning infrared photo.
Man-made objects are another great option, such as this symmetrical view of a car.
Of course, you are welcome to great creative, and use something a bit more abstract.
For this week’s challenge, your goal is to photograph anything symmetrical. The choice of subject is up to you– architecture, landscape, nature, man-made objects, abstract patterns, or anything that catches your eye.
Creative, out-of-the-box ideas are always allowed and encouraged. Get your camera, be creative, and have fun!
The friendly community guidelines are pretty simple:
- Post one original photograph to our active community on our Facebook Group, Flickr Group or 500PX group (or all three). Tag the photo: #10thanniversaryphotochallenge #2018photochallenge #photochallenge #tempusaura
- The shot should be a new shot you took this week, for the current weekly theme, not something from your back catalog or someone else’s image.
- Don’t leave home without your camera. Participating in the 2018 Trevor Carpenter Photo Challenge is fun and easy.