WEEK 21: FLASHBACK CHALLENGE – OUTDOOR – Water (Long Exposure)

This week we’re going back in time 5 years to a Long Exposure Water PhotoChallenge. Some of you Long-Time community members may have already participated in this challenge. If you READ MORE →

WEEK: 20 – THE JIGSAW PUZZLE OF HAPPINESS

The first element of this challenge is to capture happiness or something that brings you happiness. These images of happiness can be as much a smiling child just like they can be of an object or natural place like a waterfall, as long as that subject portrays happiness for you. READ MORE →

2021 WEEK 19 – Flower photography – close-up or macro of a single flower (plant)

The goal of this week’s challenge is to take a close-up or macro shot of a blossom, a single flower, or a single plant with one or more blossoms. READ MORE →

WEEK 16: Community Spirit & Multi Panel Sequences

This week’s photo challenge theme is community spirit, told through the medium of multi-panel sequences… I.E a comic book strip. READ MORE →

2021 Week No11 Kintsugi

Your Challenge if you choose to accept it is to produce an image of The Kintsugi: The Art of Embracing Damage Kin = golden tsugi = joinery Translated to ‘golden joinery’, Kintsugi READ MORE →

WEEK 10: The Curse of the PhotoChallenge

There is however a photographic art to time-lapse photography. It’s not just an accelerated video, it’s carefully planned photography put together to create a smooth accelerated video effect. READ MORE →

2021 WEEK 9: The Curiosity Gap

The concept of the curiosity gap is well-known to marketers and copywriters (“click bait” is a particularly annoying form of this), but as photographers we can use the curiosity gap to encourage our viewers to engage more fully with our images. Put very simply, the goal for this challenge is to leave the viewer wanting to know more about some aspect of your image. READ MORE →

2021 WEEK 8: B&W Pseudo-Solarisation

This week’s challenge is a technical one, namely to simulate a B&W Pseudo- Solarization (also known as Sabattier Effect) by means of a considerable change of the gradation curve. Now, READ MORE →

WEEK 5: The Photographic Wheel of Fortune

I decided to bring back an older theme we’ve used in the past, actually, Eric Minbiole was the last contributor to bring the wheel back to life for WEEK 40 of the 2018 PhotoChallenge. READ MORE →

2021 WEEK 4: Evoking Emotion (plus Intro to Personal Photo Projects)

This week’s photo challenge is all about evoking emotion with our photography. To be clear, this challenge is not about capturing emotion on people’s faces. Rather, it’s about taking a moment to reflect on what emotion you want to express or impart to the viewer of your photo. READ MORE →