this weekend why don't you ...

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  • take a photo of your steaming cup / Digital PS
  • go macro with your phone / Photojojo
  • photograph in the rain / tocofi
  • learn how to dodge and burn in Photoshop / Peta Pixel
  • take the best mother's day photo ever / babble

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lime link love // wish you were there

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I'm a bit of a homebody, which is the antithesis of all the great images I would love to take. Today's links are range of photography-related projects that I wish I was there [if I had the guts!].

Like:

  1. exploring an active volcano complex
  2. lining up for giant moonrise captures
  3. snapping the sights of the Amazon
  4. shooting from the top of the pyramids
  5. or taking shots from space

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inspiration // five things to try this weekend

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inspiration // five projects to try this weekend

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inspiration // documenting the everyday and 365 projects

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This amazing photo is by flickr user evabarex and is her 2000th 365 project photo. Considering I can barely make it past a couple of months, I am awestruck by her effort and dedication. Not to mention, what a great image to celebrate the milestone.

Here are some ways you can use photography in different forms in your own daily or 365 project.

365 project

 

  1. Start a 365 project: Document it on flickr or your blog, or if you have an iPhone, or try the Photo 365 app
  2. Take a portrait : Maybe of you or maybe of your children. Again there is an app for that ~ look for the Everyday app which has some great self-portrait features. Or get the whole family involved and take a photo once a week, once a month or once a year like Diego Goldberg's Arrow of Time
  3. Start a new blog for free on Blogger or WordPress
  4. Document life: one line at a time with this perpetual journal idea using index cards {via one crafty mumma}
  5. Food fun: document favourite food moments, like Tracy at Shutterbean, or try a new vegetable each week like Jodie from Muddled up Mumma.

{this post originally appeared on 74 Lime Lane}