My May Photography Challenge
Over the years I’ve come to the conclusion it is vitally important to be involved in a creative pursuit, an opportunity to ‘re-boot’. During the last few months I have turned my creative energies towards photography, keen to improve my skills. Whilst ‘chopping off heads’ is a ‘skill’ of the past, I have plenty of room for improvement.
Browsing through pinterest I found a few photography challenges, a great way to help me focus, however none of the challenges were quite ‘me’, so I’ve tweaked and added. Realising my interest is in specific areas I focused my challenge there; my family, our bushland and landscape. Over the month of May I’m planning on sharing some tips and my photos (I really am an amateur) via either a daily or weekly update. Are any of my readers interested in joining in? If so I’ll set up a linky party.
Day 1:A photo from a high angle
Day 2:A photo from a low angle
Day 3:A photo of changing light
Day 4:A photo of something close up
Day 5:A photo of something from a distance
Day 6:A photo of focusing on eyes
Day 7:A photo depicting an emotion
Day 8:A photo that involves landscape
Day 9:A photo of the sunset
Day 10:A photo of the person you love
Day 11:A photo that has a colour scheme
Day 12:A photo playing with shadows
Day 13: A photo that incorporates motion
Day 14:A photo with clouds
Day 15:A photo of wildlife
Day 16:A photo of flowers
Day 17:A photo of trees
Day 18:A photo of something rustic
Day 19: A photo after dark
Day 20:A photo of one of your favourite places to be
Day 21:A photo of daily life
Day 22:A photo of sibling love
Day 23:A photo of friendship
Day 24:A photo of smiles
Day 25:A photo that touches your heart
Day 26:A photo of something that makes you laugh
Day 27:A photo of the bush(suburbia, city etc)
Day 28:A photo of candlelight
Day 29:A photo of hands
Day 30:A photo of play
Day 31:A photo of love
*Sharing over at Pam’s Making it Count Tuesday
I'd sure be interested in joining in but my blog is in a serious state of disrepair at the moment… will look forward to seeing your photos though. The interesting thing about a challenge like this is the interpretation.
This is a great idea, Erin:-)
I'd love to take better photos. I'm a terrible photographer, at the moment, but, if you decide to go ahead, I'll join in and see if I can learn something:-D
Katydid and I might give it a try :-).
I'm tempted! Both to make a point to try and take more photos, but also to try getting back on the blogging wagon…
I am with you on this one although internet Access is extremely limited here. If and when able I will join in 🙂
We have just been given a SLR camera that I am keen to learn how to use.
I would love to know more about your resources as well.
I am a serious amateur and would love to know how to drive a camera so that my captured memories would give me pleasure instead of frustration.
In anticipation of learning with you this month.
Love to encourage you all to join in:)
Hey Erin! Thanks for linking up. I am working on my photos now!