- When you start a project please title the post with your name and a brief description of the project. This will make it easier for others to track your project. Some title suggestions are;
- UserName's Project 52
- UserName's weekly photo venture
- UserName's photo a week
- It helps visitors to keep track of your progress if you number your images. Specially if there are several postings between image posts.
- Continuous count; 1, 2, 3... or 1/52, 2/52, 3/52...
- THIS FORUM ACCEPTS IMAGES UP TO NC17 Tasteful and Artistic topless and bare butts allowed. If you intend to post anything above a PG13 rated image in your 52 please mark the title NSFW so people know what they can expect.
[heading]Why do a Project 52?[/heading]
The Project 52 is designed to inspire you into capturing a minimum of one photo a week. Unlike a daily challenge, such as the Project 365, you don't have the stress of creating daily images. By undertaking Project 52 you are fostering your creative nature, exercising your technical abilities and reinforcing self discipline. This self-appointed task encourages you to keep your eyes open to every potential photo opportunity. Keeping your camera at hand allows you to indulge, for that brief moment, in something you enjoy.
[heading]Some simple tips to keep in mind[/heading]
- Everything is fair game: Work, family, play, vacation, anywhere you happen to be offers a possibility for a great image. Carry your camera everywhere.
- Mind the content: We are going to allow images up to NC17 RATING in this Forum. No vulgar, lewd or pornographic images. Label your post title with NC17 so people are aware of the contents.
- Experiment: While you should keep good photography rules in mind (composition, exposure, etc.) give yourself the freedom to experiment. Your goal is to explore the medium.
- Life happens: The reality of life is that we can't always take a photo a week. If it lags, make up for it on a weekend. This is not a commitment to us, but to yourself. If you find you can't maintain the project drop it until you can get back to it.
- Take notes: Write a little blurb about each image posted. This will become a form of journal or diary for you.
- Reward yourself at the end: Take all these great shots and written notes and put them together into a keepsake album. With on-demand publishing, crafting a memory book is easy.