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After being called out on the forum for not updating the ‘weekly challenge’ in more than a few months I’ve decided to resurrect it in a new format. While it will still function the same – you’ll get a prompt with an example or two from Flickr or my own work – it will function a little differently.
To kick things off – I’m going to use the first suggestion that I received from the person who called me out – Windows and Doors.
It’s an awesome theme, one that I am going to be taking part in myself, and I’m excited to see what everyone comes up with. Windows and doors can be used in many ways within a photograph – you can make them your subject, or you can use them to frame your subject. They can be old and rustic or clean and modern and best of all they can be found nearly everywhere on the planet!
Here are some ideas that I found for a quick search on Flickr’s creative commons collection to get you inspired.
Photo By: Matvey Andreyev
Photo By: paul hyde
Photo By: terrydu
While I won’t be enforcing anything – this assignment theory works best if you make the time to go out and photograph a new photograph within the theme as opposed to browsing through your archives for a photograph that fits the theme. Nothing says you can’t revisit the same location and take the same shot – but doing that is even better than simply posting something that you took months or years ago – you’d only be cheating yourself.
Can’t wait to see the submissions!