2017 Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge Week 50: Intentional Camera Motion

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This picture is from a production of Twelfth Night at the Lincoln Park Conservatory by Midsommer Flight. It was a fabulous production.

For more from this challenge, visit the Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge 2017: Intentional Camera Motion.

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2017 Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge Week 49: Contrasting Colors

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This week’s challenge is use the color wheel to find contrasting colors. I brought some clementines to work for breakfast this morning and realized that my blue mouse pad is the perfect contrast for their orange.

For more from this challenge, visit the Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge 2017: Week 49 Contrasting Colors.

2017 Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge Week 47: Left to the Imagination

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This week’s topic for the Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge is to leave the image’s story to the viewer’s imagination. So have fun! Let me know what you think is going on in the comments. 🙂

Two Challenges – One Photo

This photo is for two different challenges. The first is for the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Experimental. The second is for the Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge 2017: This is Not a Pipe, which is all about surrealism.

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This is my take on “This is not a daisy field”.

2017 Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge Week 45: Clear glass with no reflection

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A few weeks ago I posted my entry for a new photo challenge I had found. Since then, the challenge has changed names and website addresses. I haven’t missed a week of posting on Facebook, but I haven’t been posting here. I hope to make this a more permanent thing and remember to post here every week as well. So, here’s my entry for this week. The challenge was to take a picture of clear glass with no reflection. My sister gave me this cute glass candy basket.

So my set up was very, very basic. My kitchen table, the light from the window, and a plain, white tea towel to cover the box that made it high enough for better lighting. Not perfect, but very fun.