fixed-lens photo challenge

  1. Stiga

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #292: Leading Lines

    Challenge #292: Leading Lines In landscape photography it’s often helpful to have a visual path that draws your eye through the image. When you start to look for leading lines, you’ll see them everywhere in good landscape photos, sometimes leading from the foreground to the background...
  2. OldCrow

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #291: Selective Color

    Challenge #291: Selective Color The selective color effect is a photography technique which involves accentuating and intensifying specific colors present in an image while simultaneously desaturating or reducing the vibrancy of the remaining colors. This effect enables the photographer to...
  3. RDWP

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #290: Odd Couples

    Subject of the week is Odd Couples: might be people, unusual pairings, yin & yang sorts of things, or bits that don't fit, etc etc. Yours to interpret. Post until Monday noon GMT, 17 June 2024. Photos taken with fixed-lens cameras only! Camera model must be indicated. Remember, if you post...
  4. OldCrow

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #289: A Line From A Song

    This week’s challenge, A Line From a Song, may strike a chord with music lovers and visual storytellers alike. Cue up your favorite tunes and pick a line that sparks your imagination and create an image that embodies this specific lyric capturing its mood, story, or message through your lens...
  5. JimAskew

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #288: Water

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #288: Water Water exists in so many forms and fashions from the ocean to a raindrop! Show us a photo where water dominates the composition. As always great exposure and great composition will carry the day! Remember, if you post a photo, you may be the winner. Be...
  6. Dilopix54

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #287: Monochromatic

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #287: Monochromatic To me, every photograph looks better in B&W: More dramatic and more depth than can be achieved in color; more nuances in the shadows and clouds. Furthermore, I find it a pre-requisite for street photography. A monochrome image can turn a mere...
  7. OldCrow

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #286: Deadpan

    What is deadpan photography? A deadpan image is devoid of emotion simply esisting as a subject and photograph. There is no joy or sorrow. The deadpan image simply says “this is how things are”. The color of deadpan photographs is commonly de-saturated. While not completely devoid of color, the...
  8. RDWP

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #285: Edible

    This weeks subject, as the dictionary says, things "Fit to be eaten as food; eatable; esculent." :cool: Post until Monday noon GMT, 13 May 2024. Photos taken with fixed-lens cameras only! Camera model must be indicated. Remember, if you post a photo, you may be the winner. Be prepared to...
  9. Stiga

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #284: Exceptional Skies

    For this week’s challenge I am going to pinch Skygod44’s idea : Skies That Look Unreal...but aren't! To submit, put your photo title in the first line of the post, followed by your photo, and click "Post comment." Your camera brand and model must appear in the post. Include additional EXIF...
  10. OldCrow

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #283: Wabi-Sabi

    The theme for this challenge is wabi-sabi. Wabi sabi is the beauty of imperfection, of things that are old, worn, or damaged, of things discontinued but serviceable. To submit, put your photo title in the first line of the post, followed by your photo, and click "Post comment." Your camera...
  11. NixEre

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #282 - Spires

    The tragic fire at Børsen, in Copenhagen, just before it was to celebrate its 400th anniversary, makes me think just how fragile these structures can be. So let’s preserve some memories by looking at SPIRES Buildings or natural - hope you can inspire us all I’m away beginning next week, but Rob...
  12. RDWP

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #281: Shadow and Light

    In light of the eclipse over a swath of North America this week, the subject for #281 is Shadow and Light - all interpretations welcome. (BTW, I was able to get to the "Path of Totality" yesterday - as well as unbroken cloud cover :cautious:. It was still pretty impressive though; it went as...
  13. JimAskew

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge:#280 - Antique

    Fixed Lens Photo Challenge #280: Subject: Antique I love old things and over the years have avidly collected many things from the past. So for this challenge show us a photo of something antique! It’s up to you to define “antique” so let’s see how you do! Remember, if you post a photo, you...
  14. JimAskew

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #276: Multi Colors

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #276: Subject: Multi Colors Show us a photo with at least two distinct colors displayed. More than two colors are a bonus! 🌈 As always great exposure and great composition will carry the day! Remember, if you post a photo, you may be the winner. Be prepared to host...
  15. NixEre

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #269 : Subject: WOOD

    Fixed Lens Photo Challenge #269: Subject: WOOD Staying in line with the last couple of subjects, let's see where this one can take us all. Have fun! Remember, if you post a photo, you may be the winner. Be prepared to host and judge a new challenge. To submit, put your photo title in the...
  16. OldCrow

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #268: Metal

    Fixed Lens Photo Challenge #268: Metal This week we want to see anything made of metal. Remember, if you post a photo, you may be the winner. Be prepared to host and judge a new challenge. To submit, put your photo title in the first line of the post, followed by your photo, and click "Post...
  17. Levina de Ruijter

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge Sticky

    Fixed-Lens Photo Challenge #XXX: Subject: XXX Describe the subject here. Remember, if you post a photo, you may be the winner. Be prepared to host and judge a new challenge. To submit, put your photo title in the first line of the post, followed by your photo, and click "Post comment." Your...
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