List of Subjects.

The list below is that of the 60 subjects that were used for the 2017 Challenge which ran from 1st May - 31st July. The subjects in orange were compulsory and were on each photographer's card. The other 20 subjects were then chosen at random to complete the 30 squares on their cards.

01. Low POV
02. Leading Lines
03. Through Glass
04. Minimalist
05. Silhouette
06. Reflection
07. Juxtaposition
08. Framing
09. Light & Shadow
10. Negative Space
11. Book
12. Magazine
13. Newspaper
14. Poster
15. Alleyway
16. Doorway
17. Marketplace
18. Bus Stop
19. Stairs
20. Escalators
21. Underpass/Tunnel
22. Bridge
23. Pedestrian Crossing
24. Underground/Subway
25. Square
26. Circle
27. Diamond
28. Triangle
29. Spiral
30. Vertical Line(s)
31. Horizontal Line(s)
32. Parallel Line(s)
33. Curved Line(s)
34. Diagonal Line(s)
35. Conversation
36. Greeting
37. Romantic
38. Helping
39. Street Lighting
40. Ticket/Vending Machine
41. Bench
42. Post Box
43. Statue
44. The Number 5
45. The Number 10
46. The Number 50
47. The Number 100
48. Brick Background
49. Metal Background
50. Glass Background
51. Vegetation Background
52. Graffiti Background
53. Beard
54. Hands
55. Tattoos
56. Feet
57. Bus
58. Train
59. Taxi
60. Bicycle

Completed Cards

Out of the 27 photographers who took part there were 11 who completed the challenge within the allotted time of 3 months. You can view the individual cards by clicking on the photographer's card image below.

The following photographers who took part in the challenge but didn't manage to complete their card are listed below in order of the amount of images submitted.

  • 1. Timo - 22
  • 2. Weerwoflje - 21
  • 3. Nikonsnapper - 15
  • 4. Tina Leggio - 14
  • 5. Steve Snapshot - 14
  • 6. Mark Fly - 14
  • 7. Ivan Trotman - 3
  • 8. Neil Schofield - 1
  • 9. Johny Fletcher - 0
  • 10. Daisy Dog Photo - 0
  • 11. Yas Quinn - 0
  • 12. Maurice Vliegen - 0
  • 13. Esther Fr - 0
  • 14. Ben V - 0
  • 15. Judethedude73 - 0
  • 16. .Amor B - 0
Check out the submitted images that were chosen as 'The Shot of the Week'.
Check out the submitted images that made it into Explore on Flickr