Click on the image below to join the 5 Day Black & White Photography Challenge that will run from March 27-31, 2017.
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This month morethanasnapshot will focus on black and white photography, culminating in a 5 Day challenge at the end of the month. During this challenge you will get a short lesson and activity to complete. It will run from March 27-31st and is completely free to join.
The images in this slideshow seem to lean more toward street photography. Notice most of them capture a decisive moment and or tell a great story. You may also notice a great range of contrast in the images from black to white. These were shot on film and may not seem quite as sharp as we are use to seeing with digital images.
I'm also offering a free Create Challenge Toolkit, which will contain all of the worksheets that go along with this series.
To submit your challenge response simply snap a clear picture of your completed worksheets and post them in the comments section below. Click on the button above to download the worksheets.
This is a free one year long series that will help you to make a personal photography project. I'm also offering a free Create Challenge Toolkit, which will contain all of the worksheets and resources that go along with this series.
TO SUBMIT YOUR CHALLENGE RESPONSE SIMPLY SNAP A CLEAR PICTURE OF YOUR COMPLETED WORKSHEETS AND POST THEM IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW. CLICK ON THE BUTTON ABOVE TO DOWNLOAD THE WORKSHEETS. Alternatively, you could simply type out your response.
Since this is my video, I should do the challenge too. I have been doing photography for most of my life but I really began to study it around 2005, when digital was really coming in to its own. I am an opportunist with regard to my subjects, as I'm sure many people are. I tend to photograph subject that are easily available to me, however, I mostly shoot wildlife, portraits, and landscapes. I would say most of my quality work is of wildlife and beauty shots of models. I would say my style included images with vibrant colors and artificial light. However, these days I seem to be shooting more natural light and in Black and White so my style is ever changing. I frequently shoot with a 24-105 mm lens but my most frequent focal length is probably 600 mm since I like to shoot wildlife. I would say my photographic weakness is caring too much about technical things and not enough about creativity and capturing the decisive moment. I hope to be able to work on this throughout the year.