Photo-a-day Project Ideas Use the 100 ideas listed here to jumpstart your creative thinkingTake a series of photos of …   ...
Try a new photographic technique    Photograph something in the night sky    Photograph fireworks    Try “panning” – mo...
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Photo a-day idea-list

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Take the opportunity to stretch yourself creatively and learn some new photographic skills along the way. To help you get started, here’s a list of 100 photo ideas (Photo-a-Day_Idea_List.pdf). Soon you’ll be thinking up new ones all on your own. If you have some that we’ve missed do share them with us.

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  • I love this idea! The list is a great reference cheat sheet and I am sure I will refer back to it periodically for inspiriation ;o) I already have photos from yesterday, so I am on my way!
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Photo a-day idea-list

  1. 1. Photo-a-day Project Ideas Use the 100 ideas listed here to jumpstart your creative thinkingTake a series of photos of …  Something that represents every color in the rainbow  Your daily routines  Ways you tell time  Your mobile devices  Hands  Sunsets  Leaves  Textures  Printed words and letters  Your hometown  Churches or historic buildings  Your collections  Your family members  Your garden plants  Doors  Windows  ArchesTake a photograph of …  Your shoes  A luxury  Your car (or other transportation)  Your favorite beverage  Your favorite flowers  Groceries  Your favorite place in your home  Mail  Your pets  A treat  Your favorite meal  A landscape  Your neighbors  A group  Yourself in the mirror  Your hairstyle  Your computer  Your favorite outfit  Your best friend  Your dishes
  2. 2. Try a new photographic technique  Photograph something in the night sky  Photograph fireworks  Try “panning” – moving your camera to follow the action of your subject  Take a shot in M mode  Take an extreme close-up shot  Make it panoramic  Photograph something from at least 4 different angles  Photograph something at morning, noon and night  Take a photo with shallow depth of field  Stop the action  Blur the action  “Paint” with light by pointing your camera toward a light source, then moving rapidlyTake a photo of something …Old Free That fliesNew Traditional That runsFlat Rosy That changesLiquid Melodious DazzlingFun Beautiful That growsYoung Cute ScaryFresh Modern CalmOrganic Tied ExquisiteDelicious Sharp LoudShiny Icy QuietGrungy Strong EarnedOrnate Wrinkled PreciousOld-fashioned On wheels DangerousRough Salty SweetHand-made Extraordinary ElectricStitched Appreciated ComfortableSoft That sings Funny

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