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 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 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 →

WEEK 35 : Environmental Photography – Plastics

If I had to take a guess, I would say that plastic water bottles are one of our most obvious signs of plastic contamination. Although recyclable and at times consigned with a monetary value, they seem to rarely make their way to responsible disposal. READ MORE →

WEEK 31: B&W – Long Exposure Clouds

You must create a black and white long exposure photograph taken with cloud movement. Depending on how fast the clouds move , you may be able to achieve the look you are looking for in one long exposure or by stacking multiple long exposures. Even if the cloud movement is favorable to one long exposure, you may choose to stack multiple shorter long exposures to reduce noise. READ MORE →

WEEK 19: B&W – Water

Long exposures of running water can add a sense of motion to our images. Yes, majestic waterfalls make for beautiful images, but small streams are often easier to find and beautiful in their own way. You might need to search a little harder for a good composition, but the concept is the same. Use a tripod and experiment with different shutter speeds to figure out how blurred you want the water to be. READ MORE →

Week 17: April 22 is Earth Day

From Tiny Planets to 360 images and Infrared Panoramas, there’s an original way to portray your unique view of Earth Day 2018 through Photography. You’re entirely on your own to define that perspective and bring it to your fellow community members here at the Trevor Carpenter Photo Challenge. READ MORE →

WEEK 50: Intentional Camera Movement – 2017 Trevor Carpenter Photochallenge

I’ve never been a fan of ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) techniques for two reasons. The first is I’m more of an editorial photographer. The second reason, I never really found READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 43: Negative Space

This week, we’re going to experiment with Negative Space. Put simply, negative space is the area around your subject, rather than the subject itself. By creatively controlling this empty space READ MORE →

2017 PHOTOCHALLENGE, WEEK 42: THE WHEEL IS BACK

For those of you who were part of my first experimental WHEEL OF PHOTOGRAPHY, you’ll remember all the fun we had. I actually wasn’t too sure if it was going READ MORE →