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lozzy
14-09-2010, 08:48 AM
Now the children are back to school I have a lot of spare time due to me not working duing the day time, I would love to start a daily photography book in which each day I take a different photo and make an album or photograph book,
I need your help. I would love for people to add what they think I could photograph, it can be anything.
It can be tings in the home, garden, outside spaces like parks, fields etc.

Tink
14-09-2010, 08:51 AM
What are you cooking for a meal today? You could photograph that in some aspect, the preparation, the end result, the aftermath... :D (It's ALWAYS about food with me)! LOL.

Interesting bits of your home, by that I mean not a full room photo for instance, rather an interesting angle, or portion of a piece of furniture, something like that...

I'm not very creative when it comes to photography, so others here will be a better help to you!

Slowhand
14-09-2010, 09:30 AM
If you are a keen gardener then it`s always useful to take a few shots of your garden from the same spot every month.
This is a good way of seeing how things develop and grow throughout the year.

simonwebb74
14-09-2010, 09:46 AM
Go onto flickr and search for project365, it is a group dedicated to taking 1 photo every day for 1 year.
It is a great place to get inspiration and support when trying to take daily photos.

My wife did one and is about to start another

lozzy
15-09-2010, 07:33 AM
thanks for the ideas, ill take a look at Flickr.

pigletpete
15-09-2010, 11:00 AM
I did this a couple of years ago and boy does it get hard to think of something new every day. It's good at the end to look back though

Tink
15-09-2010, 11:27 AM
An acquaintance of mine took a photograph of her children once each month... that would be one day out of the way each month! :D

josh.p.
23-09-2010, 10:17 PM
Try taking a really dull object but looking from it at a special angle to make it interesting, or taking things from different perspectives, perhaps a plant from the perspective of an ant, or a bee hovering above it- bad example, but you get the idea.