52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 34 - Textures

August 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This week your challenge is to photograph texture. With texture photography, composition, light and depth work a little differently from other genres of photography. Photographing texture is all about exposing patterns, colours and depth. All these components – intricate details, interesting patterns, vibrant colour and good depth play an important...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 33 - Food Photography

August 12, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This week your challenge is to photograph food in a delicious and creative way. Food is something we cook or prepare, consume, and sometimes play with everyday. When we eat food, all of our senses are at work – we see, we use our nose to smell, we touch and of course, taste the food – but when we look at a picture of food, we only use our eyes. Th...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 32 - The Colour Red

August 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This week your challenge is to take a photograph whereby the colour red is the subject or feature of the picture. To get the creative juices flowing, here a few theories of how the colour red influence us. Red is for – passion, desire, love, danger, determination, strength, power and energy. Often, if there is an unavoidable, busy background some...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 31 - Umbrella

July 31, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This week your challenge is to show off an umbrella creatively. Umbrellas have been used for centuries to protect us from the heat and sun. They also keep us dry when it rains. Umbrellas can also be used to diffuse light enabling you to achieve softer lighting in your images. This can be achieved when using a white umbrella and your flash to shoot...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 30 - Aged

July 23, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This week your challenge is to show the beauty in old subjects. It could be a family heirloom, something handed down from generation to generation. Maybe that rusty old bike sitting in the shed, or a part of that old bike – maybe the old shed itself. Maybe you know of an old abandoned building somewhere or an old tractor or car sitting idle in a pa...
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