Inspiring Photography Project
What is the "List of Seven"? Much like project 365 (pic a day) or project 52 (pick a week), "List of Seven" is a pic-a-day project, but only seven days long. In our busy lives, this is much more achievable than the 365 or 52 projects. Plus, if you do this 5 to 10 times a year you will land somewhere close to project 52 for the number of photos.
I have written about the "List of Seven" in the past, but this time it is going to be linked to my photography club to follow. I will do my best to share each day on this blog, so make sure to come back to see my photos. This will be a live event starting 8/13/2019 to take one picture a day for seven days. Don't worry if you missed the start time. The best time to start is today. Besides, my suggestion is that you do this many times throughout the year.
In the past, I have also created a theme for the "List of Seven". However, this time it is all about you and what you want to photograph. If you want to pick a single subject and photograph it every day, that is fine. If you want to follow a theme for all seven photos, great, go for it. Just don't make it too difficult. Get the idea?
Here is the challenge for you:
That's it. Keep it simple. The start date is the day you take the first photo. That can be today, tomorrow, or the next. But don't delay too long.
One last thing - let me know what you think about this assignment. Love it? I would enjoy seeing your photos, so feel free to email me your shots. Comments are also welcome.
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I am glad you found my blog. I am a photographer with a passion for awesome shots. I go to great lengths to capture many of my photos. I will re-visit a location over and over knowing there is a spectacular photo just waiting to be had if I am there at the right time. I also enjoy finding how to do some abstract projects (check out my time-lapse post) and will be writing about them.
Send me a note via my contact page for some projects you would like to see me try and write about. I am not afraid to try almost any project. Doing the obscure forces me to do things that I don't do with the typical photo shoot and helps me learn even more.
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