Extra Credit: TPE’s fresh look on Photo Challenges

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There are a lot of photo challenges out there. But…
we promised TPE would be different.
Let’s introduce TPE’s version of a Photo Challenge.

We call it EXTRA CREDIT. 

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What is different?

We have not only prompted you with a theme (in January’s case:  Dinosaurs), but we have also restricted you to a technical skill (f/2.8). Combine the theme with your technical skill and you’ve got an entry for our EXTRA CREDIT.

Why is TPE limiting the photography challenge with a photography skill?

Igor Stravinsky set it best here:

Art-Controlled

To read more about our philosophy behind “limitations” in this blog post by Brooke Snow.


We firmly believe your creativity will expand, your skills will refine, and your confidence will blossom as you take these EXTRA CREDIT “limitations” and run with them!


EXTRA CREDIT GUIDELINES:

  • ONE image per photographer
  • Submit your image on the TPE Facebook page timeline.
  • Submit your image with the hashtag #tpephotochallenge
  • Submit your image with the following stats:  Aperture/Shutter Speed/ISO  (ex: f/1.8 1/500th ISO400)
  • Submit your image with your business facebook page link (so we can say WOW to your page!)
  • Images should not be watermarked.
  • Follow TPE’s facebook page for extra credit deadlines.  Late images will not be considered.
  • The winning photograph will be chosen by a TPE panel and later featured on the TPE blog, will receive an EXTRA CREDIT WINNER button, + a bonus surprise.

Show us what you got!

Check out January’s challenge here! 

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Sarah Grace Allred

Sarah Grace Allred

Mentoring flourishing photographers makes her heart sing, as well as collecting vintage Little Peoples, and devouring all things Drum Corp (check out www.dci.org and watch her inner-geek emerge!). Sarah believes in holding no secrets back when teaching and that photographs can truly change the spirit of your home sweet home.

Sarah Grace lives in Louisiana with her husband, loves-to-ride-the-bus-Kindergartener, and scrambled eggs lovin’ baby boy.
Sarah Grace Allred