Learn Photography with Adrian
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
— Elliott Erwitt
So this month I’ve decided to launch my monthly photo challenge, As many of you probably know I’m a photography teacher and I love it. I have been looking for ways to continue that online – I’ve been working on podcasts which you will be able to download and listen too, videos covering photography tips and techniques but I really felt it needed something to tie it all together – What’s the point if there is no feedback and no sense of being part of a photography community?
So the Monthly challenge was born, Anyone can take part and you have 30 days to complete the assignment & all you need do is email me your picture before the deadline – As the meerkat says simples!
The best entry will be featured on the website.
This months challenge – November 2019
This is a simple brief and it’s all about the shutter! As we know the camera’s shutter can freeze a hummingbirds wings in motion or have the night sky swirl around us like a kaleidoscope. The only rule is that your choice of shutter speed should be the driving force in your image. As will always be the case the challenge is open to all and how you interpret it is up to you – Email your shots to firstname.lastname@example.org
I have included a few shots of my own where the shutter was the driving force behind the image – Kind regards and best of luck
Ps, Any questions just drop me a mail.