CHALLENGE REVIEW TIME! We need to allocate those Pins (if you’re lost, check this page here) and announce the next month’s challenge so let’s get started…
The October challenge was Connection. I asked you to shoot and submit an image that featured connection in some way, shape or form. It could be literal, two (or more) things connecting, or it could be more nuanced, with implied connection or conceptual connection. Yet again the entire recording was well over an hour and half long, we’ve had to condense it right down for YouTube.
The highlights are in here:
As usual, there is no way we can include everyone’s critiques in the video (individual monthly in-depth critiques are included in this though). It was, and is getting more so, incredibly hard to whittle the entries down, especially at the final shortlist stage. Anyone with an image in either the longlist or the shortlist did so freaking amazing and should be very, very proud! That being said, there can only be one winner. Therefore, the winners of the pins this month are:
(If you don’t know what Pins are, please check out the section on pins here.)
I love all of these – connection captured in spades! But what is September’s challenge? This months challenge is:
The “Urban” Challenge.
The aim of this month’s challenge is to submit an image that is photographed within an urban environment. Entries can be of any subject. The subject does not have to be a dog – I repeat, the subject can be anything.
How to enter:
- Stricly ONE entry per person.
- Shoot or select an image shot within the last 12 months.
- Post your piece to Instagram and tag @thattogspot in the image.
- In the description/caption, use the hashtag #ThatTogSpotChallenge
- (optional) Share the post to your story (bonus points for adding a before and after) and tag @thattogspot and #ThatTogSpotChallenge in the story
- Entries close at midnight (UK time) on the last day of November
The image will be judged on all the normal things (focus, composition, clipped highlights or shadows, focus, exposure, editing quality (not quantity!), and white balance) in line with Print comps…
As always, no purchased/downloaded assets are allowed – these include overlays, composite elements and brushes. Entries should not be submitted of images taken on trainings and workshops.
The judging will take place at the start of December and the judge’s decision is final.