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Mundane Monday Challenge #74 : Learn Photography

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Welcome to Mundane Monday Challenge v 2.0

There are two ways to look at this challenge. One is to look around and find beauty. That is a great way to look at mundane things and be grateful for them. It can help one to change their perspective and helps one to understand that nothing is Ordinary.

The second way to approach this challenge is to look around and find beautiful frames. Try to include a mundane object in such frame. And by following or un-following the composition guidelines, make them look great. This not only helps you to with changing the perspective, but also with improving your photography skills.

I want you to focus on making interesting frames and photographs. So the focus is more on photography. Now I want you to make beautiful compositions of those seemingly mundane objects.

I have already written down a few guidelines on how to try and make a mundane setting into a beautiful frame. Below you can find the link

To get the most out from this challenge here are some: Guidelines

The new challenge, from here onwards will be called

Mundane Monday Challenge : Learn Photography

This is a challenge created to find beauty in almost everything. The challenge is simple : find beauty in everyday mundane things and frame it beautifully and upload the photographs. And give me a pingback by including the url of this post in your challenge post.

If you think this challenge helps you to see ordinary things in a more beautiful way and to improve your photography, do help a friend to improve their skills too. You are free to Tag/Challenge a friend to join MMC, so that world around us look more beautiful to more people around us.

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Here goes my entry for this week’s MMC.

When you run out of creativity, just look up!

So What are you trying this week?

Hope to see your entries. You can participate in this challenge till next Saturday.

Previous Week’s entries

Eat, Read, Repeat by VP

Painted Umbrella by Marga

Mellow Yellow by LadyLeeManila

Manhole cover by Margarita

Peaceful Sleep by Aadhira

Guard Cat by Dr.KO

Cooking Whistles by Sayanti

Rusty by Subhash

Art adventure snippet by Jesh

Left and Right by Gun

Force of Nature by Elena

Mail by Leara

Train Crossing by Karen

Curiosity shop by I.J.Khanewala

Rest in Rust by Lynne

Lake’s make up by PH

Sprouting Pavement by Laura

Colorful Symmetry by Dr. H Bhatnagar

Thank you everyone for joining the challenge 🙂


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Trablogger aka Jithin is an Indian travel blogger who is obsessed with leading a travel life. When he is not traveling, photographing, writing or blogging, you can see him thinking about sustaining this travel life or helping someone to travel more.

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Indoor sky and light… I like the subtle light and color differences.

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