Weekly Challenge: Photograph Things in a Row

Updated: Oct 30, 2018

This week, the theme is to:

Photograph things in a row

This week, the theme is to photograph things in a row.

Once you start looking, you’ll see rows everywhere. Think chains, trains, and lines.

Explore rows of seats in a theatre, rows of people waiting for a show, rows of flowers waiting to be picked, rows of flags honoring veterans.

A Row of Flags

It’s autumn where I live so there are lots of fields planted in rows and now there are rows of pumpkins waiting to be turned into Jack O’Lanterns.

Walking out your front door, you’ll probably find buildings or houses all lined up in a row. Play with angles a bit – step one foot to the right – step one foot to the left – each will give you a slightly different angle on this common row.

A row of houses in London - rainbow optional for this challenge

A row with a curve in it will give you perspective and we love rows disappearing off into the distance or rows stacked on top of each other.

Rows of Mailboxes

A row is a series of ordered individuals. Selectively focusing on one or two objects in the row and blurring (shallow depth of field) adds interest and highlights the individual amongst the whole.

Row of deck chairs at the beach

How many things are in a row? It’s up to you.

Get your ducks (or geese) in a row this week and post below!

Row of geese crossing the road

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Article written by Jennifer Mishra

Jennifer Mishra is an American travel photographer born in Colorado and based in the St. Louis metro area. She has a background in classical music and academia. She is the founder of PhotoYoga. Her photos are published at Wits End Photography or follow her on Facebook or Instagram.

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