Thursday, January 12, 2017

How to Succeed With a 365 Photo Project.


There is one trick which could help you with your 365 photo project.
What about using weekly themes?
You’ll receive a sense of order and many ideas to try.

Here are some examples for you.
You may choose some themes from my list or you may want to use something special for you.

Themes for your 365 photo project:

1) The first week of the year.
2) On the table.
3) Coffee.
4) Tea.
5) Flowers.
6) Café.
7) Teddy bears/toys.
8) Colors of the rainbow.
9) Black and white.
10) People.
11) Portrait.
12) Reflection.
13) Light.
14) Circles.
15) 5 things about me.
16) Sunset/sunrise.
17) Quiet moments.
18) Water.
19) Two.
20) Numbers.
21) Trees.
22) Pets.
23) Morning.
24) Hands.
25) Close up.
26) Midday.
27) Books.
28) Autumn.
29) Snippets from my day.
30) Doors.
31) Windows.
32) Empty/fool.
33) Childhood.
34) Summertime.
35) Night.
36) Round.
37) Shadow.
38) Winter Wonderland.
39) Chairs.
40) Abstracts.
41) Architecture.
42) Bad weather.
43) Balloons.
44) Bark.
45) Bottles.
46) Butterflies.
47) Car details.
48) City street scenes.
49) Dancers.
50) Easter.
51) Eye glasses.
52) Fences.
53) Flower petals.
54) Food.
55) Fruits.
56) Gardens.
57) Harvest.
58) Landscapes.
59) Macro.
60) Mirrors.
61) Monuments.
62) Old couples.
63) Patterns.
64) People at work.
65) Raindrops.
66) Shoes.
67) Sky.
68) Snow.
69) Spring.
70) Still life.
71) Sweets.
72) Umbrellas.
73) Vacation.
74) Vegetables.
75) Zoos.
76) Focusing on ordinary moments.
77) Graffity.
78) Bokeh.
79) Puddles.
80) Holidays.


You will need 52 themes for the whole year, so I hope it will be not so difficult to choose them.

Thank you for reading!
Keep shooting!