What’s one thing you’ve done lately to challenge yourself as a photographer? One thing you’ve learned or tried differently? The thing I love about our community is their passion for getting out there and pushing themselves. But once you get out there, what would it take for you to stay out there?
We recently partnered with a few awesome photographers to pull together their own #StayOutThere 10-day photo challenges. Taking the challenge in completely different directions, they shared some great ideas to help other photographers mix up their routines. Additionally, the photographers gave us a peek into their own shooting and post-processing techniques through some “See what I did there” blog posts.
Check out some highlights below and be sure to click through to each photographer’s blog or site to get more details, and see the rest of their work and challenge prompts. Even though the 10-Day Challenges are no longer running, there’s still a lot of creative inspiration to be gleaned from each of these artists.
#StayOutThere 10-Day Photo Challenges
Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler sheds light on her creative challenges and solutions through her visually stunning portraits. Her Day 7 challenge? Make a mess.
UK photographer and mountain-lover Dan Carr insists, “The first step to staying out there, is getting out there.” In Day 3 of his 10-day challenge, he dares you to explore new places with your camera for an extra kick of creativity.
Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Nicole Young gives quick descriptors of what to capture for her 10-day photo challenge, leaving plenty of room for creative interpretation. Her Day 7 challenge, pictured below, is themed “Summer.”
“See What I Did There” blog posts
Our friend Toby Harriman is quite literally living his dream by traveling and photographing all over the world. Check out the different steps (and breakfast) it took for Harriman to get this awesome shot of San Francisco.
Lindsey Adler gives the golden touch to this goddess-inspired photo. Read here to learn how she got to this final result.
While we’re on the topic of gold, Dan Carr shows us what he can do in the “Golden 5 Minutes” of the morning. Read here about his journey to capturing and post-processing this awesome mountain shot.
Nicole Young brings the wow-factor with this Icelandic waterfall shot. Check out her page for a full video tutorial on how she got here with Lightroom.
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