WEEK 38: Pets, Domestic and Domesticated Animal Portraits

Animal Portraits as a Photography Challenge is nothing new here at The Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge. In 2018, Maaike, one of our contributors at the time, had her very own Pet READ MORE →

WEEK 35: Antique, Vintage & Historical

I wanted to do an architectural detail of old, Antique or Historical structures. However with COVID-19 and the uncertainties from week to week, I’m broadening the scope… 360 Image Gracie’s 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 →

WEEK 26: Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and More…

Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 23: Sunglasses

Sunglasses are great for their reflective properties, as a stylish prop or even as a creative lens filter in photography. Many of us see the world through sunglasses almost every day. READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 17: SMARTPHONE FOOD PREPERATION PHOTOGRAPHY

Last week, Eric brought us into the kitchen and I’m planning on keeping us there this week. Isolation for me, I cook more, I eat more of what I cook READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 14: Magnifying Glass

In an effort to make the Trevor Carpenter Photo Challenge more Stay at Home Friendly, we are allowing for more creative interpretations of the theme. I figured most of you READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 10: RUST – CLOSE-UP & MACRO

Rust, depending where you live it can be more prominent than other places, but no matter how dry and arid, metal will eventually rust. I agree that rust in general READ MORE →

2020 WEEK 6: The Imperfect Perfect Circle

Circles are everywhere down to the crop of our profile pictures in Social Media. If it wasn’t for the perfect circle, our modes of transportation wouldn’t be as comfortable as READ MORE →