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Mundane Monday Challenge #126 : Learn Photography

Do you want to learn photography?

Do you want to improve your photography skills?

Welcome to 126th week of Mundane Monday Challenge

I believe in order to learn photography, the first thing one must do is to start observing one’s own surrounding more closely and be aware of it.

Mundane Monday Challenge is a Weekly Photography Challenge that focuses on those seemingly mundane subjects that we usually do not consider taking pictures of and make a good photograph out of that subject.

Mundane Monday Challenge encourages you to take more pictures by being aware of your surroundings. The philosophy of MMC is simple. You can create a beautiful picture even by focusing on a very common looking, dull or so called Mundane subject!

All you have to do is look around, find a mundane subject, appreciate it and use your creativity to frame it in such a way to create a beautiful frame.

Benefits of MMC

  • Gives your blog more traffic through MMC
  • Gives you a chance to take more pictures
  • Improves your observation skills
  • Improves your photography
  • Create beautiful images
  • Become more Mindful

In order to create beautiful frames all you have to do is to pay more attention to your surrounding. Try to include a mundane object in your frame. And by following or un-following the composition guidelines, make them look great. You can find a few guidelines along with pictures in the link below which can help you to get started.

Some Sample Guidelines to instantly better your photography

I want you to focus on making interesting frames and photographs. Focus more on photography.

Now I want you to make beautiful compositions out of those seemingly mundane objects.

So join Mundane Monday Challenge to Learn Photography


How to join, Step by Step :

  • Find beauty in everyday mundane things and frame it beautifully. Use some of the guidelines to get you started.
  • Make a post, upload the photographs and publish it.
  • Dont forget to link it to my latest MMC post. In wordpress language, please give me a pingback.
  • Do leave the link to your post as a comment on the latest MMC post  (since some of the pingbacks are not working.)
  • Do check MMC every Monday and get inspired from MMC community.
  • Engage with MMC community, make new connections and learn from others.
  • If you think this challenge should be shared, please do so.

This is my entry for this week’s MMC

Yellow walls
Yellow walls

Sometimes the difference between a Mundane picture and interesting picture is a ‘bright red dressed girl’ in the middle as a subject!

Anyway what are you trying this week?

Hope to see your entries. You can take part in this challenge till next Friday.


Previous Week’s entries

The gerbera bud by Rekha

Standing Tall by NJ

Cobweb by Indira

Lean Back by Eljaygee

Southampton harbour by Nicole

Let the Light Shine in by Frank

Stockham Water Pump 1887 by Eliot

Rain of the Scaffolding by Angloswiss

Hidden Treasure by Erin

Lookout by LadyLeeManila

Into the fog by Dr.K.O.

Tired oak tree by K.L. Allendoerfer

The Wretched Refuse by Black Body

Thank you for joining !


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30 Comments

  1. […] descend into the darkness every day, hoping to find the words of the prophets written on the subway walls. One day you see it: 58. Is […]

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  2. Jan MaliqueSeptember 14, 2017

    I also love the blue and white of the buildings. Great shot!
    My entry has been posted now:
    https://strangegoingsonintheshed.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/captured-mundane-monday-challenge-126-learn-photography/

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Thank you very much 🙂

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  3. bushboySeptember 13, 2017

    “….the first thing one must do is to start observing one’s own surrounding more closely and be aware of it.”
    Well this challenge I think I had a small fail at fully observing what I was photographing. But in my defense, the bee was rather fast 🙂
    http://bushboy.blog/2017/09/13/mundane-monday-challenge-126/

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      haha.. the picture looks nice anyway and the bee adds an interesting element too. 🙂

      Reply
  4. […] into the Weekly WordPress Photo Challenge: Waiting and also the Mundane Monday Challenge (a day late!) – I think I can get away with it! – I took SO many shots of this skylight […]

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  5. […] See more Mundane Monday Challenge photos at https://trablogger.com/mundane-monday-challenge-126-lear… […]

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  6. […] entry for this week’s Mundane Monday Challenge is a colorful alleyway. It got me thinking about pictures taken looking down a street or alley. I took this one just […]

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  7. KL AllendoerferSeptember 11, 2017

    I love the contrasting colors!

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Thank you. 🙂

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  8. Indira MukhopadhyaySeptember 11, 2017

    Yellow walls, a delight for poster wallas. Bright photograph. My entry frames- https://amaltaas.wordpress.com/2017/09/11/mundane-monday-challenge-125-learn-photography

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Glad you liked the bright walls. Thank you. 🙂

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  9. Parul ThakurSeptember 11, 2017

    I really like your picture. The bright yellow makes is so beautiful, mundane and gorgeous. Here is my entry – http://happinessandfood.com/what-time-of-the-day-is-it/

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Thank you for saying that. 🙂

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  10. AngloswissSeptember 11, 2017

    Love the perspective on your photo.

    Still Life

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Thank you. I liked the perspective too, but i think it lacks a subject!

      Reply
  11. […] I am writing for MicroblogMondays #159 and tagging this picture I clicked in Minneapolis to Mundane Monday #126. […]

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  12. kottawaySeptember 11, 2017

    Hi, Jithin!
    Yellow theme, very bright on this Monday, thank you!
    mine: https://drkottaway.com/2017/09/11/small-craft-2/

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Thank you doc.

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  15. Frank HubenySeptember 11, 2017

    I like the yellow, blue and white brightening the darker leaves and road in your photo.

    Here is my contribution to the challenge: https://frankhubeny.blog/2017/09/11/orange/

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      That is a good observation. Thank you for liking the image. 🙂

      Reply
  16. EsteleaSeptember 11, 2017

    Happy to be there again, it’s been a while .. Thanks for keeping the challenge well alive and well fed 🙂 My entry for the week is about about a tree and a love message …
    https://frenchtouchinhanoi.wordpress.com/2017/09/11/mundane-monday-the-only-way-is-up/

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Yay! You are back. Happy to see you here after a very long time. Hope you have settled down a bit.

      Reply
  17. […] response to Mundane Monday Challenge, a very inspiring way to start the week by exercising our eyes and mind to become more […]

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  18. Robbie CheadleSeptember 11, 2017

    I really like this idea. An extraordinary photograph of an ordinary thing.

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    1. trabloggerSeptember 14, 2017

      Thank you. Hope to find your entries as well.

      Reply
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