This week’s challenge is to pay tribute to any portion of a movie. There are a number of ways that you can pay tribute: You can try to recreate a particular scene or frame from a movie. (In the example image, I tried to recreate a famous scene from The Shining.) Another option is to try to re-create the movie’s poster, as I’ve done with the Ferris Bueller photo, below. Naturally, these are just some example ideas: You can do most anything that you like, as long as it pays tribute to a specific movie.
The movie itself can be most anything that you choose: Big budget or small, well known or lesser known. (Though, it would be nice if people have heard of the movie– it will help them appreciate your photo all the more.) Regardless of which movie you choose, please note the movie and/or movie scene as part of your write-up.
Note: While my example photos happen to have people in them, there is no requirement that your photos have people in them: As long as your photo is somehow related to a specific movie, the actual photo style (portrait, landscape, still life, etc) is up to you. Fun an creativity are welcomed 🙂
- Take a photo that pays tribute to a (reasonably) well known movie or movie scene. Be sure to note in your write-up which movie you’ve chosen.
- Post your newly taken photo during the week of Sunday, December 6 through Saturday, December 12.
- Please remember to comment on at least FIVE photo submissions this week by answering the question “why?” in your comments. In other words, “why do I like (or not like) this photo?” or “why did this photo catch my eye?” Thank you!
The friendly community guidelines are pretty simple:
- Take a new photo for the current weekly theme, not something from your back catalog or someone else’s image.
- Post your photo each week to our active communities on Facebook or Flickr (or both). Tag the photo: #2020photochallenge #photochallenge #tempusaura
- Don’t leave home without your camera. Participating in the 2020 Trevor Carpenter Photo Challenge is fun and easy.
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