25-Day Challenge: Document your life in Photos!I'm sure you have all seen, heard of, or possibly are doing a Project 365 of some sort...you know where you have a list of 365 things that you take a picture of once a day. I think it's a great way to improve your photography skills and train yourself to see things from a photographic view. However, I don't know about you, but being required to take a certain picture everyday for an entire year sounds daunting. (I know that makes me sound super lazy...but it's true.) :)
So instead of a 365 day challenge I have come up with a 25 day challenge. (more manageable, right?) The theme of this challenge is "25 Days to document your life". (And guess what? If you miss a day, I'm not going to tell anyone just pick back up when you can!)
The inspiration for the theme came from watching several home videos of Maddie and Lyndon from when Maddie was 3 and Lyndon was 1. I just about cried laughing at how cute, funny and happy they were and I also just about cried because of how fast they are growing up before my eyes. With that knowledge I really feel like it's important to document our lives and our family's lives. And what better way to document than using pictures! So I've come up with a list of 25 things to take pictures of so that you will never forget some of the most important things in life.
Here it is:
Not only will this help you collect a special keepsake but it will also give you great practice to improve your photography. Becuase as I've said a million times...just keep taking LOTS of pictures and you can't help but improve your photography skills.
Throughout the 25 days I will be showing some of my pictures of documenting my own life. I think it will be a really fun project!
Care to join me?
I made the Polaroid looking picture by using this Polaroid template, this chevron background, and this texture overlay.
If I’ve just given you some insight in photography, then you’re really going to want to joy me for my free webinar I'm giving live — I’ll be showing you the 3 most vital tips to taking great pictures with your camera plus answering your questions.
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I'm sure you have all seen, heard of, or possibly are doing a Project 365 of some sort...you kno...