A photo project is always a great way to stay inspired in your photography, motivate you to document people, moments, places, or things, and help you grow as a photographer. It can also be a nice way to pass the time while you’re in quarantine during a global pandemic and get your mind off things for a bit.
If there’s one thing I have learned during our last four weeks of quarantine, it’s that there’s beauty in slowing down. Every day, I’m thankful for another day with my family where we are healthy and safe. I’m thankful for the endless amounts of unexpected family time, and for the special moments that get to happen simply because we have been gifted free time in the safety of our home.
After this is all over, I want to have something to remember this time by, so I’ve decided to create a photo challenge to create a collection of images that I’ll be able to add to my family album. These images will tell a story, and they’ll be just as important as the big milestone moments we tend to focus on under normal circumstances.
I’m starting the project on April 15th and I’d love for you to join me!
Here are just a few tips
To get started, check out the photo prompts I’ve posted and save them (screenshot the prompt list above or download it here). These are just ideas; you don’t *have* to use them. The goal of the project is to document your life at home so if your favorite image of the day ends up being a different one, that’s fine!
If you’d like to use this project to connect with others, feel free to:
Also, I’ll be posting some photo tips on Instagram so follow me there if you’d like to have access to them.
I hope you enjoy this project! See you on April 15th!