It’s never too late to get inspired!
I know that I’ve missed almost a full week of December, but, well, I don’t think it’s too late to share a month-long photo challenge.
Daniela Bowker, over at Photocritic.org, shared a 30 Day Photo Challenge she found via Twitter a couple of days ago, and I thought I’d kick off this month’s Friday links by passing it along. The idea originally comes from the folks behind the Twitter account @Just_Go_Do_It and is a different idea for a photo for every day of the month in December. The idea is simple; we get “stuck” creatively sometimes and need a prompt to get going again. These folks have provided us with thirty photographic prompts to try and help those of us who are “stuck” creatively get, well, un-stuck and get out there shooting photos again.
I know when I got stuck, just shortly after getting my first DSLR, I did a year’s worth of self-portraits to try and get my photography started and get past my own inhibitions. It worked really well. In fact, it worked so well, I may do it again!
But, either way, this shorter challenge may be just what you need to get started, or get out of a creative rut.