PHOTO CHALLENGE




Upcoming Events

📸 Informal Get Together! Let's Critique our Own Photos!

July 25th - 6:45 PM at Suniland Park

Join us for a relaxed and engaging get-together where we can learn, share, and enjoy photography-related activities.

This month, we invite you to bring up to two of your past Photo Challenge submissions for an informal discussion, constructive critiques, and a Q&A session.

We would love to hear the stories behind your photos, including the settings you used, your post-processing techniques, and any interesting anecdotes about your work.

These meetings are a fantastic opportunity to ask questions and gain insights from our more experienced members, especially if you're new to the club.

Additionally, if you're having trouble with your camera or equipment, have questions about gear or techniques, or need advice on submitting for the photo challenges, this meeting is for you!

See you there!


Photo Challenge - AUGUST 2024 - OPEN - ANYTHING GOES

Submit by midnight August 06, 2024

📷 Capture the essence of creativity and unleash your imagination in our Open Theme Photo Challenge! Whether it's landscapes, portraits, abstracts, or anything in between, in color or monochrome, showcase your unique perspective through the lens. Join now and let your photography speak volumes! 🌟📸 


Photo Challenge - SEPTEMBER 2024 - MINIMALISM: "LESS IS MORE"

Submit by midnight September 10, 2024

Capture the essence of minimalism by focusing on simplicity and using minimal elements to create striking images.


COMPOSITION
- Use the rule of thirds.
- Include negative space to highlight your subject.

SUBJECT AND BACKGROUND
- Focus on a single, simple subject.
- Use plain or textured backgrounds without distractions.

COLOR AND LIGHT
- Stick to a limited color palette or monochrome.
- Use natural light and shadows to add depth.

PATTERNS AND ANGLES
- Incorporate geometric shapes and repetitive patterns.
- Experiment with high/low angles and close-ups.

POST-PROCESSING
- Simplify the image with desaturation and increased contrast.
- Crop to remove unnecessary elements.


These tips should help you create striking minimalistic photos. Good luck!

 

Online Photo Contest Voting

FLOWERS AND PLANTS

Voting open through February 12, 2023

Flowers are a naturally photogenic subject matter — a joyful expression of colors, textures, and shapes. Flower and plant photography celebrates their natural beauty and is an effective way to improve various photography skills


 PRIZE WINNERS OF A 12" DIFFUSER/REFLECTOR KIT

Yevette Shapiro

Lewis Wilkinson

Pilar Geada

Rolando Prol

 

 

 

 

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We meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday at:

Evelyn Greer Park (Pinecrest) 
8200 SW 124th Street 
Pinecrest, FL 33157

 

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