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.
Challenge yourself this month to shoot wide opened, or with an extra large aperture. Enclosed are some tips for success and subject ideas. So get out of the rut of doing the same thing all the time, and try this if you normally shoot at f/8 or smaller apertures. See how creative you can get with it.
The challenge this month is to process some images – and I’m giving you 5 of mine to play with! If you’re new to processing now’s the time to try it – if you do it regularly, I’d love to see you try a new technique, style, or method. Let’s see what you can create!