Couldn't be bothered to follow along daily with the 30-Day Photography Challenge? Want to see all the results in one place? Here it is, no additional click-through required. At the request of a clever reader (thanks, Jenni), here is a recap of the 30-Day Photography Challenge--all the challenges and all the results in one place.
Most of this list comes from a challenge created by Expert Photography, but I made modifications to it as the month progressed. If you'd like to look back at the original challenge post, each numbered challenge is linked to its corresponding blog post.
2. rule of thirds
3. black and white
5. high angle
6. low angle
10. lens flare - You may have seen this one on the Flotsam of the Mind Facebook page but not in the original post. I took this photo the day after posting the challenge results, and I thought it was better than my first attempt.
13. dynamic tension
14. light painting
15. colorful water droplets
18. frame within a frame
22. slow sync flash - This was my only near complete fail.
24. low light no flash
25. shallow depth of field
26. reflection without a mirror
27. street photography - I didn't really do this one. I offered a photo of my daughter learning to ride a two-wheeler on our suburban cul-de-sac instead.
30. bright sunlight
Just looking at these all together makes me both weary and satisfied. I think my favorites are the silhouette, the frame within a frame, the shallow depth of field, and the architecture photos. What do you think? Any favorites?
If you tried any of these challenges, which did you find most challenging (slow sync flash for me) and which did you most enjoy doing (splash)? Did you surprise yourself by taking any you truly love?