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25 Characters

No matter where you are in the world you can always find a few strange characters on the streets of your town to photograph. Show us some of the strangest and most unique characters you can find.

24 The Decisive Moment

Illustrate the decisive moment. Take a risk, lead with your heart, and let's see some photographs that really illustrate the power of photography to capture a single moment in time.

23 Objects

The goal of this project is to photograph common objects and make them appear extraordinary. Light, shadow, and perspective are your tools to accomplish this task.

22 Friendship

Illustrate the concept and reality of friendship. Try to be innovative in the execution of this project. The ability to illustrate emotions visually will allow all your photographs to create a bond with the viewer.

21 Alone

Try to illustrate the concept of being alone or lonely. Use light, composition, and texture to portray this concept effectively.

20 Classic Landscape

This project involves taking a sharp, well composed photograph. No tricks, no photoshop, no blurr, no abstracts, just a perfectly sharp, well composed photograph. We want to see your eye work towards a pure photographic composition. Nature photographers are you out there?

19 Above Your Head

Take a fresh look at what is above your head. (Do NOT take pictures of your head) Take that camera, and point it directly up. Lets see what you can discover by blending the creative and technical together.

18 Beneath Your Feet

Take a fresh look at what is below your feet...directly below your feet. Take that camera, and point it directly down ...the camera plane should be parallel to the ground. Lets see what you can discover down below, where you have only trampled before. Suggested by dr. janet bonsall via Marcus Ward. It will make his day if you shoot it in B&W, but color is also fine.

17 Toy Camera

Grab a toy camera, holga, lubitel, pinhole and see what you can create without all the technical getting in the way. Creativity & Fun is the point of this project.

16 Poetry in Pictures

Choose a poem that speaks to you, and make photographs that speak for you. Illustrate the poem as you see fit, preferably in a way such that your photographs enhance or complement the poem. Submit a minimum of three or more images, along with the text of the poem that you are illustrating. This might well be the most challenging project yet posted, so please do your best to make the most of it. It's a chance for you to do some serious thinking about the relationship between photography and other art forms, and perhaps to incorporate some of the sensitivities of poetry into your own photography. Project Idea contributed by Jeremy Tavan

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