52 Week Photographic Challenge 2018 - Week 16 - Macro in the Bathroom

April 14, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
This week your photographic challenge is to take a ‘Macro’ photograph of something in the bathroom. You may think this is an odd challenge, but odd is good. I’m sure once you start looking with your creative eye you will be surprised at the numerous photographic opportunities that will present themselves. When photographed close up, everyday item...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge 2018 - Week 15 - An Elegant Moment

April 11, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The theme for this week’s photographic challenge is to photograph an ‘Elegant Moment’. The dictionary describes elegant as: tastefully fine or luxurious in dress, style, design etc; gracefully refined and dignified as in tastes, habits, or literary style; graceful in form or movement; excellent, fine, superior. These descriptions open up possibil...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge 2018 - Week 14 - Polka Dots

April 04, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
There is not a lot I can say about the theme for this week’s photographic challenge, which is ‘Polka Dots’, as it tends to speak for itself. Maybe this theme will send you on an adventurous hunt looking for interesting things polka dotted, like the itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikini, or flamenco dancers. But aside from the hunt, it w...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge 2018 - Week 13 - Easter

March 29, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The theme for this week’s photographic challenge is to photograph all things Easter. Easter comes with its own set of decorations and iconic subjects, such as Easter Eggs, Easter Bunnies, chocolates, candies and Hot Cross Buns. Many of these come in different shapes, sizes, textures and a kaleidoscope of colours, which make for impressive and arti...
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52 Week Photographic Challenge 2018 - Week 12 - Simple

March 17, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The theme for this week’s photographic challenge is to keep your work ‘Simple’. Simple doesn’t mean boring. It requires a lot of creativity to achieve a minimalist approach. Deciding what to put in or leave out of the frame can be challenging. Practice the art of reduction by using a minimal amount of compositional components such as shape, colou...
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