WEEK 48: B&W – Paper

This week we’ll be exploring the creative possibilities of paper. Paper is interesting because it can both reflect light as well as transmit light depending on whether it is being READ MORE →

WEEK 47 – Birthday Tribute – Architecture

Some of you who knew Trevor Carpenter or befriended him on Facebook know by now that today is his birthday. Trevor loved Architectural Photography, some of it inspired by his READ MORE →

WEEK 46: Faces without People

This week’s challenge should be fun, creative, and perhaps a bit silly. The goal is to photograph a face (or anything that looks like a face) with only one restriction: READ MORE →

WEEK 45 – BRIDGES

I don’t know why but I’m sort of fascinated by bridges when it comes to photography, especially those who cross a waterway. I’ve been fortunate enough to live and visit READ MORE →

WEEK 44: B&W – Wide-Angle Abstract

I was reviewing the video by Eileen Rafferty that inspired my first challenge this year and was inspired yet again with another challenge theme: B&W Abstracts. It might help to READ MORE →

WEEK 43 Halloween Challenge – Spooky Silhouette

It’s Halloween, not just any Halloween, it’s our 10th Anniversary Spooky Silhouette Halloween Photo Challenge. As the years go on I’ve tried to keep the Halloween Challenges unique and challenging. READ MORE →

WEEK 42: Selective Color

For this week’s challenge, we’ll experiment with one of my favorite photographic effects: Selective Color. (Also known as Selective Desaturation.) With this effect, most everything in the photo appears black READ MORE →

WEEK 41: WOOD & WATER

Unlike our OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE CHALLENGE, this challenge should encourage you to focus on your strengths to create an image that has two important elements, WOOD & WATER. READ MORE →

WEEK 40: The Wheel is Back!

This week, your PhotoChallenge admins are out scouring the globe, looking for new and exciting photographic opportunities. As such, we will once again let Lady Luck decide our photographic fates, READ MORE →

WEEK 39 : Comfort Zone and the Photographic Discourse Group

Along with Peter Randall, we came up with a Photo Challenge idea to incorporate the best of both worlds, a challenge that takes you, the Photo Challenge Community Member out of your comfort zone and into the photographic discourse group to discuss and improve your skill sets. Naturally, as always we’re here to help out with the weekly theme. READ MORE →