Scraps of paper. Scattered post-it notes. Stacks of quarter-filled notebooks.
Chicken scratch lists and unfinished project outlines seem to be the norm when it comes to creativity.
Although actually reaching their end can be a challenge, there’s something satisfying—something motivating—about initiating new projects.
So, in my quest to become a better photographer, I’ve created a “smorgasbord” version of a 52-week project. Bite-size is key here, as is thinking outside of the box. Each year has fifty-two weeks. Each week has one theme. Each theme requires one photo. Borrowed a few intriguing prompts from another photo challenge list, added a few of my favorite words and concepts, brought in a couple from a whimsical writing prompt list, and included some from another 52-week photo project—hence the smorgasbord.
Pretty simple in theory. We’ll see how well it transitions into action;).