2019 WEEK 8: Trees

We’ve had a few weeks of indoor challenges so it’s time to get outside! This week we’ll focus on trees. You can photograph a single tree or many trees, an READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 6: Refraction in Water Drops

This is something I’ve been wanting to try for a while now, so I thought I would bring you along to join in the fun. Please note, this challenge is READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 2: Guilty Pleasures – Food & Drink PLUS Commenting

Forget New Year’s resolutions this week! What food or drink do you think you could NEVER give up because it brings you so much pleasure? This isn’t meant to be READ MORE →

2019 WEEK 1: Time

Since we’re starting a brand new year, this week’s challenge theme is “time”. You can choose a more literal representation of time (clocks, watches, calendars, etc), or a more abstract READ MORE →

WEEK 52: B&W Holiday Lights

Your goal this week is to take a B&W photo with holiday lights as a component of your composition. There are lots of possibilities for creative images with holiday lights which is why I have once again chosen them for a challenge theme. READ MORE →

WEEK 49 : RUST PHOTOGRAPHY by Peter Randall

For this weeks challenge your goal is to photograph Rust, now this can come in many formats. So keep your camera with you at all times. Consider the materials your looking for and where they may be located. Consider using in camera filters or Post Process to let your creativity flow and add your identity to your image. Most of all have Fun. READ MORE →

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 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 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 →