Challenge yourself to photograph every day and try new subjects and techniques.
Challenges are themes that run Monthly, Weekly, and Daily. There may also be one-off custom challenges in the future. The idea behind them is to push yourself to photograph often and try new things. They are not related to nor do they take the place of our monthly competitions.
You can view the images in each challenge by clicking the "View # images" button on the challenge.
- Images should be taken during the challenge period to make it a challenge but the old challenges are currently being left open as this is a new feature in case people want to go back and try the previous ones.
- Only club members can upload to the gallery but anyone in the Facebook group can share in the group using the provided hashtags.
- You may submit as many photos as you'd like and the same image can be both uploaded to the member gallery and shared on Facebook.
- To avoid any possibility of influencing competition judging, images submitted as challenges should not be submitted to competition during the same club year.
To add an image to the challenge, make sure you are logged in and click "Add image".
CURRENT MONTHLY CHALLENGESee all monthly challenges
The kids are back in school. This month, let's photograph things related to school and education.
CURRENT WEEKLY CHALLENGESee all weekly challenges
September is the start of football but there's lots of other action as well. Nothing like a photograph to stop a moment in time that is over so quickly.
CURRENT DAILY CHALLENGES
Daily challenges are open for the entire month and do not need to be done on the day listed.
The kids are loading up their supplies to go back to school and it's also National Letter Writing Day. So take out those pens, pencils, paper, and other paraphernalia and take some photos while you write some letters or do some homework.
Just like the month, your subject should start with S.
It's College Colors Day. Photograph your favorite college jersey or just something that matches the colors.
Celebrate National Wildlife Day by shooting some... With your camera!
Do you have a pet rock? Well, it's your pet's day today. Take a photo of it being cute. Or just some pretty rocks if you don't have a pet one.
It's National Read a Book Day. So curl up with your favorite photography book and then photograph some.
Celebrate National Acorn Squash Day with your favorite squash and other gourds.
Time to have a family game day! Or at least pull out those games and assess them for their photographic potential.
In honor of Teddy Bear Day, grab your favorite stuffy and photograph it.
The leaves have not yet turned brown but there are plenty of other brown things. What can you find to photograph that is brown?
Pumpkin spice season is upon us along with caramel apples and other tasty treats. What's your favorite fall dessert?
If you are lucky enough to have your grandparents and celebrate Grandparents Day with them, be sure to take a photo. Or take a photo of something that reminds you of your grandparents.
What can you think of that starts with E?
What's been sitting around gathering rust while waiting for you to photograph it?
Get in nice and close and make a portrait that includes just part of the body. Please remember this is a family friendly site when choosing which part. :)
Baby bottles, soda bottles, even a bottle of booze. Bottles can be a challenge to photograph so now's the time to try out different lighting techniques.
We are almost at the end of construction season in Wisconsin but there's still plenty going on until the snow starts flying. Can you turn that frequent source of annoyance into an interesting photo?
Celebrate International Eat An Apple Day and don't forget to photograph the yummy treat!
It's Talk Like a Pirate Day and pirates love their loot. So open up your treasure box (or jewelry box) and and photograph something pretty.
Look round and round for something round.