Photo Assignment: Color Contrast

Welcome to our newest photo challenge. In our efforts to help photographers grow and improve, we’ve come up with some photography assignments designed to test and push your creative bounds to the limit. Our photo assignments are intended to encourage our members to see the world in different ways, try new camera techniques, and photograph subject which you may normally shy away from. With that said, here is your latest photo assignment:

Assignment #36 theme: Color Contrast
Timeframe: May 14th to May 31st, 2010
The challenge is to take a BRAND NEW photo which demonstrates color contrast.
Entries are to be submitted here: Assignment 36: Color Contrast (PhotographyBB Forums)

There are many ways to draw attention to the main subject of a photograph, one of them being the use of color contrast. In this challenge, take a new photo (you may submit up to 3) which draws attention to the subject through the use of color contrast (opposing colors).

Important: With all of our photo assignments, the object (besides having fun) is to learn something new, even if that means learning how to see the world around you in a different way. Therefore, we only accept entries for new photos which have been taken during the assignment time frame (see above). You may submit up to 3 entries in total, and the top 3 photos will be selected and published (with image acknowledgments) in an upcoming issue of the PhotographyBB Online Magazine.

Everyone is welcome to participate. We have a supportive and friendly community of photographers and beginners, and this is a great way to get to know one another. Have fun, and happy photographing!

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1 Response

  1. for those that tuned in late, can you describe in more detail what contrasting colors are? beyond the rudimentary discussion I got in my high school art class, of course, as that was last century…. Thanks!!!

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