Challenges 2020 Archive

December

Of course our first theme for the month of December is Christmas in its many forms

November – ‘In The Gloaming’ and ‘Patterns/Repetitive’

In the lockdown, we chose two challenges ‘In the Gloaming’ and the other is a more technical one on Patterns.

In The Gloaming

Patterns/Repetition

October – Dominant Colour and Perspective

Over the October month we again had two challenges, one more technical than the other, so we looked for ‘Dominant Colour’ and the technical one was using ‘Perspective’

Dominant Colour

Perspective

September – Two challenges again

This month we had two different challenges to get out and about to take photos of Autumn/Harvest, and monochrome photos which means the photo can look more dramatic.

Autumn/Harvest Photos

Monochrome

August – Another double challenge

We set ourselves another double challenge this month, one easier (Out of My Window) and one more technical (Intentional Camera Movement), the latter is when you deliberately move the camera with it set on a longer exposure.

Out of my window

Intentional Camera Movement

 

 

July – What we did in Lockdown

This month we all took photos of what we have been doing in Lockdown.

June – Double challenges

As we couldn’t go far in Lockdown we decided to choose two challenges that we could do close to home, ‘In My Fridge’ and ‘Paths’. Members were able to choose to do either or both.

 

 

May – Look to the Sky

Because we are unable to go very far on the ground at the moment, this month we all agreed to ‘look to the skies’ for inspiration, taking photos of cloud formations and the lovely blue skies we have been enjoying.

April – Spring Flowers

As we are all ‘enjoying’ the lockdown, we decided to choose ‘Spring Flowers’ as a theme that we could all manage to see in our gardens and surrounding areas.

March 2020 – Animals

Our theme in March included animals of all kinds, some of us were able to get out before the Coronavirus lockdown, others had to be creative within their own homes and gardens.

February 2020 – Close-Ups