The Bi-Weekly challenge is an extension of our photography contest. Starting the day the photography contest opens, every two weeks a new "Agency Challenge" will be posted here. These will be challenges created by actual Ad Agencies. The goal is to simulate the demand and work of an actual photographer. These challenges will vary on type of shot, and goals. After every challenge, a winner will be chosen The winners photograph will be posted on-line as the Challenge Winner. 

More info coming soon...


Challenge #1: Product Advertisement

You are a photographer hired by a reputable company to create an advertisement for their latest product. The photo cannot contain any models, the focus is on the product. Create an image that would be featured in magazines and on billboards around the world. You may include text, as in a caption, a phrase, etc. The product does not matter, it can be anything from a pop bottle to a wedding ring to your mother's famous pasta dish.

Photograph by Kiriako Iatridis

Photograph by Kiriako Iatridis

Challenge #2: Street Culture & Fashion Using Motion

You've started your own clothing line, focusing on street culture and life style. You need to create an exciting ad for your new line. Using motion, create a piece to show case this mind set and attitude to promote your line. (You can use any clothing, the focus is on the quality of the image, not the clothing being worn.)

Photograph by Scott Goodwill

Photograph by Scott Goodwill

Challenge #3: Architecture Advertisement 

A local realtor has asked you to help promote a new building on the market. You must come up with a creative way to market this building to help draw customers and potential buyers to the location.

Photograph by Kiriako Iatridis

Photograph by Kiriako Iatridis

Challenge #4: High Fashion/Beauty 

You are a photographer creating an insert for a world renowned fashion magazine. The theme of this shoot is high fashion and beauty. Use this as an opportunity to have your friends model their grad gowns, tuxes, and create a piece of beauty. Portraits are a great way to capture this feeling.

Photograph by Kiriako Iatridis

Photograph by Kiriako Iatridis