Online Photo Challenge Contests

JANUARY 2020 ONLINE CONTEST - "PEOPLE"


Be it in street, portrait, documentary, conceptual, travel or any other form of photography that tells the story of people


   Best of Luck! 

This month's judge: Boris Gabay

CLICK HERE FOR THE CONTEST RULES

 


NOVEMBER 2019 ONLINE CONTEST - "TEXTURE"


  Texture in photography subjects is everywhere.

From types of art like sculptures, pottery, paintings, and even people. To everyday objects and nature like trees, flowers, and fabrics. 

When done well, a photo of a texture can transform an ordinary scene into something visually beautiful. 


   Best of Luck! 

This month's judge: TBA

RULES HAVE BEEN UPDATED - CLICK HERE


KCC -  TEXTURES. Ratings and comments by Sandy Levy
OVERALL COMMENT:  Most all of these images are excellent.  One issue that kept cropping up is that “texture” did not seem to be the most prevalent theme in several of these photographs.  Yes, of course, there is “texture” in almost EVERY photograph one can make.  But to my way of thinking (and judging) “texture” should be a standout theme in any photograph that is to be judged in a contest that is titled: Texture.  Therefore, I scored several otherwise excellent images lower for this reason.
 


OCTOBER'S ONLINE CONTEST - "AT THE ZOO"


 Zoos are great locations to practice photography.  They offer a variety of animal and landscape subjects. 

Photographing animals at the zoo may sound easy, but the trick is making them look like they’re not at the zoo! The challenge is creating images with no telltale signs of captivity.

And, don't discard the humans! Opportunities to capture expressions and emotions will be where least expected.

Photos must be taken at a zoo but the zoo can be anywhere in the world.


   Best of Luck! 

This month's judge: TBA

RULES HAVE BEEN UPDATED - CLICK HERE

 


SHALLOW DOF


 Depth of field can be one of the most valuable tools to create more interesting, creative, and professional-looking shots. 

Shallow depth of field it can help you to separate a distracting background, direct the viewer’s attention to a specific area, suggest distance the between elements, or transform background elements into an abstract wash of colors.

  Best of Luck! 

This month's judge: Robert Chaplin 


 


METAL

 



Metal is everywhere in our lives. 
Take a picture where metal is the predominant story. 

Be creative and don't be afraid of going out of the box or to break rules. 

 Best of Luck!

- This month's judge: Michael Harris



 

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