The bimonthly Location Challenge, introduced in the September 2016 edition of The Viewfinder, encourages PPS Members to photograph a different location every other month. The location could be anything from a building, to a statue, or a tree, etc.
The challenge is to interpret the object in whatever manner you wish. It can be any time of the day or night, the whole object, or just a part of it. Photograph the location however you choose, at any time within the allotted two-month period. Each of us has a different perspective when shooting a subject, and it is fascinating to see how different individuals view the same location.
Every person seems to have a different perspective when shooting a subject, and it is fascinating to see just how many different images can be made just by using different lighting, angles, abstractions, close-ups, etc. Anything goes. It’s your creation.
Each participating photographer may submit one image per Challenge, and must be prepared to identify the location and describe the process that led to the creation of their photo.
This challenge is issued every other month, so as to provide plenty of time to get to the location to shoot.
Be sure to check this month’s edition of The Viewfinder newsletter for the Location Challenge details.
Please send your challenge image to Dropbox link, Location Challenge, no later than the Tuesday before the next month’s meeting