52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 49 - Curls

December 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Your challenge this week is to photograph something that curls. What comes to mind when you think of a curl or curls? Usually hair comes to mind first, but I can assure you there is a multitude of things out there that curl. A few examples of things that curl apart from hair may be a corkscrew or the curling of a new fern frond, or the curling te...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 48 - Turn the Ordinary into Extraordinary

November 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Your challenge this week is to make the ordinary seem extraordinary through photography. This is the perfect challenge to develop your photography skills without leaving the house. You can photograph simple, everyday items to create amazing images. Before you even pick up your camera, go for a walk through the rooms in your house or shed, even ru...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 47 - Shadows

November 22, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Your challenge this week is to watch the light and photograph a shadow or shadows. Shadows mimic us and follow us everywhere. Sometimes our shadow is short and at other times it is long and makes us look like a giant. Buildings cast amazing shadows over cities. Shadows create beautiful shapes and patterns. I think by now, we know that photography...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 46 - Circles

November 18, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Your challenge this week is to photograph circles or something circular. What comes to your mind when you think of circles? If you are a sporting person it may be golf balls or basketballs. You may find something in your kitchen – glassware or cooking utensils. Maybe sawn tree logs. Perhaps you may even create your own circles. Now go and use you...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge - Week 45 - Symmetry

November 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This week your challenge is to create you own symmetrical image and then find a way to break the symmetry in a subtle and meaningful way. Symmetry presents in various forms – rotational meaning the object looks the same when you rotate it, or you view around a centre point. Also bilateral, meaning from one vantage point the object appears to mirro...
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