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Weekly Photography Challenge – Clocks

This week’s photography challenge topic is CLOCKS!

Clocks can be a thing of beauty, or they can simply be functional. Whatever form they take, we’d love you to go out and capture their many ‘faces’ in this week’s challenge!

They can be color, or black and white. They can be a small part of a wider composition or you can focus in on their fine details – the decision is yours!

So, check out these inspiring pics by some of the dPS writers, have fun, and I look forward to seeing what you come up with!


Check out some of the articles below that give you tips on this week’s challenge.

Tips for Shooting CLOCKS

6 Ways to Do Architecture Photography That Stands Out

Tips for Different Approaches to Architecture Photography

3 Easy Tips for Photographing Details in a Scene

5 Tips for Developing an Eye for Details in Your Photography

Portraits: Shoot Details and Evoke Imagination

6 Tips for Aiming Low and Going Unnoticed in Street Photography

The Ultimate Guide to Street Photography

10 Non-Technical Ways to Improve Your Street Photography

Simply upload your shot into the comment field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section) and they’ll get embedded for us all to see or if you’d prefer, upload them to your favorite photo-sharing site and leave the link to them. Show me your best images in this week’s challenge.

Share in the dPS Facebook Group

You can also share your images in the dPS Facebook group as the challenge is posted there each week as well.

If you tag your photos on Flickr, Instagram, Twitter or other sites – tag them as #DPSclocks to help others find them. Linking back to this page might also help others know what you’re doing so that they can share in the fun.

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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!