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One Word Photo Challenge: Constrast

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Part III: People, Places & Things

If you want to share a literal image of the actual word, do that. But if you’d rather play with word association, post something that reminds you of the specific word, or something you use the word for, do so. It only has to make sense to you. Have fun and keep on photographing!


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This week’s word is Contrast!

To participate:

  • Create a new post on your blog titled “One Word Photo Challenge: Contrast”
  • Include an image or images that you feel fit the theme
  • Tag your post with “One Word Photo Challenge” so that others can find your contribution
  • Comment here with the link to your post or include a pingback to this post in your response
  • Have fun!

Links to your contribution will be shared on the next week’s post.

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One Word Photo Challenge. Get yours at

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 Click here to see the full challenge details.

Upcoming topics: Cow 9/13, Craft 9/20, Crane 9/27


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Here are all the wonderful challenge contributions/mentions from last week. If you don’t see your post on the list, let me know.


And here’s another computer image I shared last week :)

28 Responses to “One Word Photo Challenge: Constrast”

  1. High Contrast in Art & Photography | Elizabatz Gallery

    […] ‘High Contrast’ means black and white with little or no shades of grey in between, although in this photo of a sculpture sunlight produces grey tones that show off the contouring. This painted wood hoarding in Bangkokis truly high-contrast black and white – I like how the added scribbles give it life. A highly effective ‘high-contrast’ photo for an ad of Old Bushmills. I liked this classy image so much I went through my own photos looking for items to turn into something like it. It turned out that it’s not that easy to make truly high-contrast images and in the end I selected a bunch, all of India, that I had prepped for a Mixed Media class that required high-contrast images for transfer.  More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Contrast. […]



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