By BlipCommunity

The Recreate Challenge.

It has been almost two months since our last challenge so we hope you are ready for the next one!

Hopefully, you are all going to have a great time with this.

Amongst us, there are many blippers who appreciate other art forms.
This may be film, television, books or perhaps music.

For this latest challenge, we’d like you to recreate and then photograph your favourite album or book cover, or perhaps an unforgettable movie or television scene.
The choice is yours.

We realise this may take some work and effort to set up, but we know blippers are an imaginative and innovative lot so we are sure you’ll rise to the challenge as always.

Once you’ve uploaded your image, please tag it #BCrecreate so that we can all check out your work and join in the fun.

Remember you can use poetic license so don’t worry if your recreation of The Beetles Abbey Road cover is you and the kids on the way to school or you could only find three people and a cat to help you with Enid Blyton’s Five on a Treasure Island.

We just want you to have lots of fun, safely of course, and then perhaps you can challenge your fellow blippers to work out the famous cover or scene you have recreated.

Just in case you’re struggling to get going, we’ve kicked things off with this photograph which is hopefully not unlike the iconic Ramones album cover. We’re sure you instantly recognised it!

Please don’t upload photos of the actual version you are recreating as there will be copyright implications. Instead, simply add a link to any original image when you are ready to reveal it.

We will run this challenge until the end of May to give you plenty of time. 

If you would like to share your ‘Recreate Challenge' images, please tag a maximum of two journal entries #BCrecreate before 31st May 2021.

Remember, we like to share your images on social media and in a future press release so add #OK2share if you’d be happy for us to use your entries. 

As always, we look forward to seeing your photos! 

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