#106: Spring Showers

While we have moved into May, spring showers are lingering through much of the country. Whether you capture your friends jumping in puddles, focus on the shape of umbrellas, or drops on new blooms, submit your best Spring Shower images by midnight May 20th.

While we have moved into May, spring showers are lingering through much of the country. Whether you capture your friends jumping in puddles, focus on the shape of umbrellas, or drops on new blooms, submit your best Spring Shower images by midnight May 20th. Read More → Read more

#100: Time

Here in the United States we just manipulated time by setting our clocks forward one our for Daylight Saving Time.  In photography, it is possible to denote time through manipulation of shutter speed, layering multiple frames, or choosing a time related subject. Show us what time means to you by submitting your Time related images Read more…

Here in the United States we just manipulated time by setting our clocks forward one our for Daylight Saving Time.  In photography, it is possible to denote time through manipulation of shutter speed, layering multiple frames, or choosing a time related subject. Show us what time means to you by submitting your Time related images by midnight March... Read more

#118: Everyday Details

Many great photographs don’t rely on a particularly spectacular subject; rather, it’s in the observation of things that often go unnoticed that take center stage. Bring our attention to the little details of life for this assignment. Submit your images by December 24th at midnight.

Many great photographs don’t rely on a particularly spectacular subject; rather, it’s in the observation of things that often go unnoticed that take center stage. Bring our attention to the little details of life for this assignment. Submit your images by December 24th at midnight. Read More → Read more

#104: Green

Spring is beginning to emerge. The color green is emblematic of this season’s natural newness. For this assignment, explore the color green as the primary color of your composition, be it subject or to emphasize the photo’s mood, and submit your images by midnight April 22nd.

Spring is beginning to emerge. The color green is emblematic of this season’s natural newness. For this assignment, explore the color green as the primary color of your composition, be it subject or to emphasize the photo’s mood, and submit your images by midnight April 22nd. Read More → Read more

#110: Water

As the temperatures rise we head to the nearest beach, lake, swimming pool, waterfall or sprinkler head. While you’re on these cooling adventures, take your best shots from interesting angles and varying shutter speeds. Submit your best water shots by midnight, July 1st.

As the temperatures rise we head to the nearest beach, lake, swimming pool, waterfall or sprinkler head. While you’re on these cooling adventures, take your best shots from interesting angles and varying shutter speeds. Submit your best water shots by midnight, July 1st. Read More → Read more

#101: Spring

We have just officially hit the beginning of Spring. For this assignment, submit your best images of fresh blooms, bright greens, and springtime activities by midnight April 1st.

We have just officially hit the beginning of Spring. For this assignment, submit your best images of fresh blooms, bright greens, and springtime activities by midnight April 1st. Read More → Read more

#103: Friendship

Friendship is a deep, yet sometimes complicated, theme in everyone’s life. Whether you approach it as a street photographer, portrait photographer, still life photographer, or even architecture photographer (tree houses are fair game), explore the dynamics of friendship. Submit your best images by midnight April 15th.

Friendship is a deep, yet sometimes complicated, theme in everyone’s life. Whether you approach it as a street photographer, portrait photographer, still life photographer, or even architecture photographer (tree houses are fair game), explore the dynamics of friendship. Submit your best images by midnight April 15th. Read More → Read more

#109: Patterns

Sometime patterns in life can seem mundane, but when you stop and focus, that line of bicycle tires, collection of bottles or array of beach umbrellas become beautiful.   For this assignment, emphasize pattern and repetition and make the ordinary extraordinary.  Enter by midnight, June 24th.

Sometime patterns in life can seem mundane, but when you stop and focus, that line of bicycle tires, collection of bottles or array of beach umbrellas become beautiful.   For this assignment, emphasize pattern and repetition and make the ordinary extraordinary.  Enter by midnight, June 24th. Read More → Read more

#105: Shafts Of Light

Whether you’re in a forest or the urban jungle, you’ll see the sun sneaking into dark corners and creating shafts of light. A photographer can take advantage of this light to capture airy, dream like moments, or high contrast street photography. Submit your best shots using Shafts of Light by midnight April 29th.

Whether you’re in a forest or the urban jungle, you’ll see the sun sneaking into dark corners and creating shafts of light. A photographer can take advantage of this light to capture airy, dream like moments, or high contrast street photography. Submit your best shots using Shafts of Light by midnight April 29th. Read More → Read more

#102: Silhouettes

Silhouettes pull out drama from even the most simple of subjects. While they may range from energetic to laid-back, silhouettes always remain mysterious. Submit your best silhouette by midnight April 8th.

Silhouettes pull out drama from even the most simple of subjects. While they may range from energetic to laid-back, silhouettes always remain mysterious. Submit your best silhouette by midnight April 8th. Read More → Read more

#108: Negative Space

While the subject is an important part of your composition, often negative space can be used to express just as much of the story. Submit your best shots utilizing Negative Space by midnight June 3rd. For inspiration, check out J. Dennis Thomas’s article: The Positives of Negative Space

While the subject is an important part of your composition, often negative space can be used to express just as much of the story. Submit your best shots utilizing Negative Space by midnight June 3rd. For inspiration, check out J. Dennis Thomas’s article: The Positives of Negative Space Read More → Read more

#107: Movement

Our world is constantly in motion around us. As photographers, we can capture that movement in many ways by manipulating our shutter speed, panning with our subject, or moving our zoom lens. Submit your best images that capture the Movement around you by midnight 27th.

Our world is constantly in motion around us. As photographers, we can capture that movement in many ways by manipulating our shutter speed, panning with our subject, or moving our zoom lens. Submit your best images that capture the Movement around you by midnight 27th. Read More → Read more
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