This month’s photography challenge is about honing your powers of observation and learning to see – not only light but moments. You might even get to try out your patience. Find out how to participate and be eligible to win the prize by clicking through to the article.
Photographing your own kids can be tricky. In this guest article by photographer Jessica Drossin see her stunning as she shows great examples of photos her own kids and tips you can use now. Follow these 12 tips to help you get better photo results and end the end have happier kids and a less stressed photographer (you)!
This challenge is about shooting in monochrome. In the golden days of film, black and white was very popular with many photographers. Shooting in monochrome strips the image down to the real basics – light, tone and form. It forces you to look at your subject differently and really see what the light is doing. Part of your challenge this month is to use this tool to learn to see light.
15 Photography Mistakes and How to Correct or Avoid Them – video of a live class from photographer Jeff Cable sponsored by B&H Photo in NYC. See if you are guilty of any of these and learn how to adjust so you can take better photos.
This monthly photography challenge may push your limits a little bit and that’s exactly the point. Read about the benefits of limiting yourself to only using one lens for a whole month.