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The dPS At-Home 7-Day Photography Challenge – Week One

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Since many of us are self-isolating and stuck indoors due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19), we thought we’d make it a little less boring and stressful and give you (and us) an “At-Home, 7-Day Photography Challenge.”

That’s right – these are all things you can try in and around your home.

And, as always, we would love to see your results in the comments section. That way, we can connect and share, and keep ourselves occupied with something positive and creative!

At-Home, 7-Day Photography Challenge – Week One

Day 1

This one is great. How to Create Beautiful, Artistic Photos Using a Book

Day 2

Making the Shot: Your Guide to Creating Stunning High-Speed Splash Photos Without Flash

Perhaps if you can’t try this in your yard, try it in the bathroom 🙂

Day 3

How to Create Abstract Photos with Oil and Water and a Little Dish Soap

Day 4

Taking fun self-portraits in the mirror. 13 Fun Self Portrait Mirror Shots

Day 5

Onto the computer now. Play with overlaying textures onto your some of your favorite (or not so favorite) images. If you don’t have any textures, try Unsplash and download some to play with. How to Use Textures to Create Compelling Photographs

Day 6

Still on the computer – How to Turn Your Images into Kaleidoscope Patterns. This is a fun one.

Day 7

Now, most of us have one of these (though not me at the moment as I live in a tent – a story for another time…) – A refrigerator, or simply, the fridge. Show us what’s inside in a creative way. How to Take Cool Food Photos in Your Refrigerator

I can’t wait to see your images! And, also, feel free to share your stories too. Many of us are feeling isolated, so it’s so great to have this community to be a part of 🙂

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Caz Nowaczyk
Caz Nowaczyk

– the dPS Managing Editor, lives in Wollongong, Australia and has worked as a photographer, filmmaker, and designer in her business, Exposure Arts and Media, for 15 years. Her background extends to Digital Content Management, and Editorial Design. In her spare time, she composes music as Dreamgirl and the Motorist. Since the age of 12, she knew she would be a photographer – the other stuff came as a surprise!