Weekly Challenges – Motion
Up and down. Fast and slow. Forwards and backwards. The speed and direction may change, but the world around us is constantly in motion. Trying to capture a sense of motion in photographs and images is difficult, because you are capturing a moment frozen in time and motion is not always evident in this snapshot. But there are many photography and photo editing techniques that you can use to convey a sense of motion in your images. Check out our featured tutorials and weekly motion-related themes below. We invite you to upload your photos and images, graphic designs or digital paintings to our gallery below, and see what others are sharing.
This Week’s Challenge: Nature in Motion
Nature in Motion can be steady and soothing, like waves lapping on the shore, or swift and exhilarating like a flock of birds suddenly taking flight. Upload your photos and artwork, and browse our gallery to see what others are sharing.
Read our blog post on Panning, a photography technique that will keep your subject in focus while blurring the background, to create a sense of motion and speed.
And don’t forget to visit our Freebies page to get free content for your weekly challenge projects.
Upload your photos, artwork and illustrations for the Motion weekly challenges.
Enter the title of your image and use the Browse button to select the file from your computer. Use the Description box to tell us a bit about your image – what was your inspiration, what techniques did you use, etc. Image files must be in JPEG or PNG format, under 5MB.
Don’t forget to share your gallery image so people can like and comment on it! To receive email notifications when someone likes or comments on your image, go to your account profile settings to ensure these notifications are enabled.