This month I’m giving you a new photography challenge, to tell a story with your image. Pick a song or poem you like, and create an image that tells that story. This is about working on the aesthetic aspects of photography and less on the technical stuff.
Do you think you need to buy a new camera or the latest gadget to improve your photography? Think again!
What you probably need to do is spend some time getting to know the camera you have now, and most importantly practice taking photographs!
In this section, you will find all of our monthly challenges.
Although most of them have already had their prizes awarded, they are still the perfect way for you to practice and perfect your photography with a solid structure for inspiration and motivation.
These challenges offer you expert advice, tricks of the trade, and suggested starting points to get your creative juices flowing.
What can you expect from these photography challenges:
- Shooting and non-shooting challenges.
- Get my top tips for success.
- Exercises that will push you through your sticking points.
- Discover ways to look at everything differently.
- Your creativity will be expanded.
- You will learn to take more interesting photos.
The best way to improve your photography is by challenging yourself and by being consistent with your practice so you can really cement your learning. These challenges are designed to guide you to see the world a little differently, and bring out your creativity, while pushing you to edge outside your comfort zone at the same time.
Are ready to start challenging yourself? Take a read of the top challenges below to get going.
This month’s photography challenge may tug at your heartstrings – at least I hope so. A day in the life project is so valuable to not only you as the photographer but the subject and their family as well. Here’s why I challenge you to do this one and do it soon!
This is the story of an amateur photographer who did a personal project – trading cards of local baristas. See what he learned and how you can do the same, then take the challenge on yourself.
This month’s photography challenge is one you can do anywhere, with any camera, regardless of your skill level, and it only takes 30 minutes! Get some fresh air, put on your walking shoes and get out there to take some photos. All you need is a camera, walking shoes, and half an hour of your time.
This month we’re going to do something a little different. Yes, it’s still a photography challenge but you’ll get so much more than that out of it if you participate. Gratitude and appreciation of what you have in your life.