2020 Week 22: Haiku

Haiku is not a word historically associated with photography. Although brief and minimal, haiku are powerful narratives that tell a story and even paint a vivid picture. Our challenge this week is to take a photo utilizing the haiku essence. For some additional creativity, I invite you to explore haiku poetry and even choose a poem that resonates with you by trying to visually capture the poets words. For a deeper experience you could even write your own 17 syllable (5-7-5) haiku for your image. READ MORE →

2019 Week 36: Surrealism

Surrealism is more than just a concept, it is an intellectual and creative mental process committed to representing the world in strange and abstract ways. This artistic movement first began READ MORE →

2019 Week 29: Juxtaposition

This week we are going to explore the concept of Juxtaposition, which is defined as “an instance of placing two or more things side by side often to compare or READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 18: Abstract Landscape

What I like most about abstract photography is the unlimited creativity it allows, it is a type of photography that opens the imagination and embraces experimentation. This week we will READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 9: Found Still Life

For this week’s challenge we are putting a twist on Still Life by photographing inanimate subject matter, whether natural or man-made, as found and without interference by the photographer. Since READ MORE →