Photography Challenge - Week 43
22 October - 28 October
If you’re looking to try new things and improve your photography, why not get involved in our weekly challenges? We’ve got 52 weeks of photography challenges to help inspire you. Achievable whether you work with natural light or studio light, our weekly challenges are designed to encourage you to get creative, practise your skills and develop new techniques. We started posting these challenges more than a year ago and they’ve been so popular we thought we’d continue to run them if you want to try something new or catch up on any that you missed. You can view the full list of challenges here.
This week's challenge is...
How to get creative
Composition is an integral part of photography. From the rule of thirds to leading lines or framing, there are many techniques that will help guide you in taking better photos.
Symmetry is a technique that some photographers may frown upon, but it can be a great way to minimise distractions and focus the viewer's attention. This week we’re challenging you to focus on deliberately creating symmetrical images, whether you’re photographing people, animals or products.
Think about how you can incorporate symmetry in interesting, eye-catching ways. Colour can be a good way to liven up an image, as are highlights and shadows. Below are a few informational classes and interesting ideas that may provide some inspiration this week. You may also enjoy my Youtube video where I discuss the most important composition rule nobody ever tells you.
- Please rename your image file using your first and last name (e.g. Karl Taylor.jpg).
- Only images uploaded using the form below will appear in the gallery.
- Please upload no more than one image.
- Uploaded images should be 3000px on the longest side.
- Images can be posted in our members' Facebook group using #KTEWeeklyChallenge, but will not appear in the gallery unless also uploaded via the form.