2022 week 18- Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) or intentionally out of focus

This week’s challenge is to take a photo which is intentionally blurry by means of ICM or completely out of focus in order to create abstract images which have a READ MORE →

2022 Week 14 Straight Horizons

Your Challenge if you choose to accept it is to produce an image with the a Straight Horizons One of the most common mistakes I see is a simple case READ MORE →

2022 week 13 – Animal portrait

This week’s challenge is to take a B&W or color portrait of an animal of whatever kind. Pet, domestic or wild animal, bird, reptile, fish or insect, it’s your choice. READ MORE →

2022 WEEK 8: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly or Grain/Noise in Photography

Crank up your ISO and let’s play in low light! Once again it’s time to dive into a bit of a technical challenge and get to know your cameras a READ MORE →

2022 week 7 – The Polaroid Challenge.

Your Challenge if you choose to accept it is to produce an image representative of a Polaroid Picture. With this challenge the aim is to have fun, free you mind READ MORE →

2022 week 6 – multiplied persons

This week’s challenge is to produce an image showing one or more person(s) twice or more often in the final image looking as though they were different persons working, playing READ MORE →

2022 week 01 – Black on Black

This week’s challenge is to take a photo of a black object on black background. This is however not a B&W challenge, it is mainly about lighting. The objective is READ MORE →


Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2022! I hope you’re all having a great Holiday Season as we roll into the New Year! Here we are the last week, the last photo challenge of 2021! We’re rolling into 2022 with some changes for the 2022 Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge. READ MORE →

2021 WEEK 51: Christmas Stories

Childhood memories or modern stories Yes, once again it’s THIS time of the year. Many people (though of course not all) are busy preparing for Christmas. Children count the days READ MORE →

2021 WEEK 50: Holiday-inspired Minimalism

The holidays (at least in the USA) are often a time of excess – excess food, shopping, decorations, parties, etc. So I thought it would be interesting to look for simplicity within what often feels like chaos at this time of the year. This week I want you to take a minimalist photo inspired by the holidays around this time of the year: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice – or any other holiday celebrated in your part of the world at this time of the year. READ MORE →