I'm very excited to host this week's WCS blog. You see, I'm a busy college student currently balancing a work and school workload that includes a photography class. I love taking the class and I'm looking forward to my next assignment. So this week, during my spring break, I'll not only be hosting this blog, but I'll be participating in my own challenge so I can complete my next photo assignment. Who said I can't double dip (I do it all the time). So, what are we waiting for...let's get started.
If you're like me the first thing that came out of your mouth was "but my life is so boring."
No it's not! Don't say it. Don't think it. Just move right past that silly thought. You, and only you, have your own unique way at documenting your own life.
Since we're documenting a week in our life, let's just take it one day at a time. There is no minimum or maximum number of pictures you need to take each day. There are no requirements except to have fun and enjoy the experience.
To get started, jot down a list of your daily routine such as brushing your teeth, drinking coffee, checking your phone, kissing the kids or the dog goodbye, dishes in the sink/dishwasher, shoes by the door, your desk at work/home, the inside of your car...you get the idea. Write your list and carry it with you this week so you can add to it as you create.
Now, think about how you want to capture some of these ordinary events. Remember, you don't have to shoot it all today. Here are a few flickr groups to help you get some ideas:
Write.Click.Scrapbook. (Make sure to upload your images to our group this week.)
I don't want to make this post too long. Those who know my know how I LOVE to talk, but we've got work to do. I'll leave you with these cute photo ideas from various WCS blog readers/flickr group members: