||Portrait: Self Portrait
||Start things off right with a "selfie"! Explore the self timer setting on your camera.
||Landscape: Traditional Landscape
||Shoot a beautiful landscape and share it with the world. Find a nice foreground and don't forget the sky.
||Shoot whatever inspires you. Red should be the focus of the image. Don't be afraid to be creative.
||You shot a selfie, now shoot a "selfie" of someone else!
||Landscape: Black and White
||Look for a scene with great contrast that will make a great black and white.
||Your artistic interpretation this week should be inspired by something sweet. A great chance to play with macro photography.
||Tell someone's story without showing their face.
||Landscape: Wide Angle/Panorama
||This is a great opportunity to explore panorama stitching and create a wide sweeping landscape.
||The opposite of light is dark, the absence of light is shadow. Interpret this into a masterpiece.
||Show a subject in their natural habitat. Their place of work or hobby is a great start. Tell their story with the environment
||Find a way to show your landscape/natural beauty in reflection. The mirror world revealed.
||Our world is one defined by how we get around. Literal or interpretative, find inspiration in transportation.
||Portrait: High Key
||Expose to the right and create a light, airy high key portrait.
||Landscape: Zoomed in
||Most landscapes are wide sweeping images. Try an alternative and zoom in instead.
||Cold, hard steel. Shiny Aluminum. Or even rusted and broken down. Find your inspiration in metal this week.
||Most portraits are stationary, so this week explore adding some movement. Dancing, twirling, or even hair flips.
||Most Landscapes are wide open spaces of natural beauty... this week find the beauty of the urbanscape/cityscape.
||The artistic inspiration this week is texture. You should almost be able to feel the image.
||Take an amazing portrait of someone, make a mess while you are doing it.
||A tripod is going to be handy this week... time to shoot a night landscape. Look for some light for the scene! Car lights, city lights, or maybe just moonlight.
||Is this real life, or is this just fantasy... Your artistic inspiration this week is fantasy.
||Usually the face is the strongest element in the frame; with the hands being second. Make the hands the most important element in your image this week.
||This week should be as unpredictable as the weather! Feature the weather in this week's landscape.
||Shoot what inspires you this week, just make sure it sparkles.
||Expose for the background and let your subject fall into shadow. Shape is important this week.
||Simply the scene to make your primary subject stand out.
||You were inspired by the fiery red earlier, now be inspired by calming blue.
||Whether it's the family you are born with or the one you choose, show the world what family is to you.
||Ocean, lake, river, pond, or puddle. Make water the primary subject of this landscape.
||Get inspired by the rhythm that patterns bring to your images.
||Portrait: Street Candid
||Candids on the street, show us life in your town through the lens.
||Shoot a landscape that packs as much color as you can find into the scene.
||Doesn't matter what you shoot, just do with another artist. Share vision and ideas. Collaborate.
||Candid or posed, capture an image of a child. Try getting down on their level for a unique perspective.
||Landscape: Nature up Close
||Get up close and personal with nature in this natural beauty shot. Flowers, bees, bugs and spiders might all make great shots
||Take your food photography to the next level. Its not lunch, its art.
||Avant-garde to commercial to traditional, and everything in between. The focus is the clothes this week.
||Landscape: Get Low
||Time to look at the world from a different angle. Shoot a landscape from a low point of view.
||Your artistic interpretation should be inspired by another artisan's handmade work. Literal or interpreted.
||Portrait: Sitting in a Chair
||Either a formal sitting portrait or a re-interpretation of this classic. Photography your subject sitting in a chair.
||Landscape: Get High
||Everything looks different when you are high. Find a high perspective to shoot this landscape.
||Isolate your subject using the minimalist approach. Inspire someone with your art.
||Portrait: The Elderly
||Tell the story of an elderly person through the power of your camera. Capture the lines of their life.
||Landscape: A Tree
||Some of the most famous landscapes in the world feature a tree. Time to see what you can do.
||Use nostalgic as your inspiration this week. Long for the moments we want recapture. The good times.
||The sun makes a great back light, as well as a flash. Don't forget the fill light. A flash or reflector can be used to fill in the subject.
||Capture an image of that which others have forgotten. It may be the last image before its gone from us forever.
||A shallow depth of field is often used to isolate the subject. Create an artistic interpretation using shallow depth of field.
||Whether it's a professional dancer, or just some kids in the street. Try experimenting with slow and fast shutter speed to both blur and freeze the subject.
||Often considered one of the hardest compositions to pull off, Symmetry. Challenge yourself this week by shooting a symmetrical landscape/urbanscape.
||It is time to really challenge yourself. Your artistic interpretation should be art, about art. So meta.
||Portrait: Another Self Portrait
||For your final challenge, we end where we started. Take one last self-portrait, and be amazed at how far you have come in a year.