Two days’ worth of options for photographic projects and you STILL can’t find something to shoot? Sheesh. Slackers. Here are some even shorter photo projects (which, incidentally, you can throw into your 365-day, 31-day or 52-week projects to break things up if you’d like).
7 Day Photo Project: Give yourself one week to find your theme, gather your gear, shoot, edit, and display/share your work. Document the process.
I know, I know. You work five days a week, and you set aside your weekends for cooking, laundry, competitive Scrabble, or antisocial behavior. Set aside one day per month to get out there and shoot something. You may even find yourself liking this photography thing (again), and wanting to graduate to a more frequent shooting schedule. Here are some prompts for a once-a-month shooting schedule:
- Once-a-Month Photo Project:
- 12 Holidays
- 12 Guys’/Girls’ Nights Out
- 12 Group Shoots
- 12 Buddy Shoots
- 12 State or National Parks
- 12 Landmarks/Historical Sites
Maybe the thought of even something as simple as shooting ONE DAY A MONTH has you curled up in the fetal position, sobbing quietly. Just for you, a special project:
One Day Photo Project:
SHOOT SOMETHING, GODDAMMIT! (Repeat daily)
If you have ideas, thoughts, or suggestions, feel free to comment below, or to email firstname.lastname@example.org. More projects will be coming in the next couple of days, and the “Official” 10,000/365 will launch on January 1. Stay tuned!
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