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This week we want you to see red! Hopefully not in anger but instead, to capture this colour that can mean many things.
To acknowledge Mental Health Awareness Week, we challenge you to try and capture the invisible. Photo by Peter Laurenson
Ready, set, go! Get your teeth into our symmetry challenge!
Take a photo where viewers can imagine themselves in the scene using a technique called 'perspective'.
When you get your contrasts right, you create that memorable 'wow factor' photo.
Whether it is a human touch or a bee touching a flower, share your photos where you preserved the moment of touch!
In our latest challenge we ask you to consider all the different shapes around you and to capture circles.
This week we challenge you to capture the colour blue and reflect on how it makes you and your viewers feel.
Using textures can trigger very personal, deeply felt experiences. For ideas where to start view this week's Board.
The color green has healing power and is understood to be the most restful and relaxing color for the human eye to view.
Take and share the photos of something yellow – from lemons to gemstones to sunrays.
Share the photographs you have taken while at home.
This week's #GoodChallenge asks you to capture toys whether cherished childhood favourites or old abandoned toys.
This week we challenge you to look at everything around you with bokeh in mind. (Photo by Anna Menendez)
Can you capture a photo that is mysterious or skews reality? Give it a try! (Cover photo by Lee Waddell)
This week we’re challenging you to think pink! Read more on the Blog (Photo by Dionne Solly).
This week we will be stopping the time, capturing and sharing the movement.
You know all the traditional photography 'rules' but do you know how to successfully break them?
This week challenge is to capture the colour purple whether as an accent or if you have been drawn towards it in nature.
What would it be like to stand at the site where the photo was taken? What would the scene sound like?
This week we challenge you to capture temperature with your camera. Photos of something cold or hot.
See how many patterns you can find around? From plants to buildings to textures - we want to see them all! :)
Here you can ask any questions about photography, gear or your photos. This group will be monitored by our experts.
Look for reflections - everything from water droples to landscapes to glasses.