January Photo Prompts

Time to say good-bye to 2020 and welcome 2021! Are you looking for fun things to do in the new year? How about taking photos? Don’t worry. You do not need an expensive camera; your cell phone will work. Check out the following January photo prompts for inspiration.

Photo Prompts for January

  1. Welcome 2021-New Selfie
  2. Snow
  3. Ice
  4. On Your Right
  5. Sunrise
  6. Warm Beverage
  7. Cozy
  8. Shapes
  9. Mid-Day
  10. Black and White
  11. Street Art
  12. Backroads
  13. Out Your Window
  14. Winter
  15. On your Left
  16. Birds
  17. Signs
  18. New
  19. Old
  20. Skyline
  21. Tree
  22. Middle
  23. Down Low
  24. Clouds
  25. Blue
  26. Shiny
  27. Glass
  28. Water
  29. Favorite
  30. Food
  31. Patterns

Have fun with your photo prompts. Print out your photos, make scrapbooks, or share on social media.



January Photo Prompts

A new year and a new decade, time to get creative. Do you need some ideas for photos in January? Check out the list below.

  1. ¬†Happy New Year’s Day! Welcome 2020, with a new selfie.
  2. New beginnings
  3. Snow or weather
  4. Big
  5. Silhouette
  6. Collecting or collections
  7. Shadows
  8. Cold
  9. Peaceful
  10. Bright
  11. Up-close
  12. Water
  13. Signs
  14. Hot
  15. Your current view
  16. Sunset or sunrise
  17. Beauty
  18. Nature
  19. Far away
  20. Book
  21. Chocolate or sweets
  22. Reflection
  23. Love
  24. Fun
  25. Beverage
  26. Comfy
  27. Pet
  28. Shapes
  29. Colors
  30. Adventure
  31. Your creative choice

50 Summer Photo Ideas Checklist

School’s out, summer is in full swing, time to make some lasting memories. Go outdoors, enjoy the summer sun, explore, and discover the world around you. As you are heading out, grab your camera or use your phone to capture life’s simplest pleasures.

Take a moment to snap a picture of your family or friends. Set up poses and have fun. Silly photos make great scrapbook additions.

50 Photo Ideas for Memorable Summer 

Do you need some inspiration on when to take a photo? Consider the following checklist.

  1. Having a picnic
  2. Eating a Sno Cone
  3. On a nature trail
  4. Holding sparklers (safely)
  5. At a petting zoon
  6. In front of the library
  7. Laying in a hammock
  8. Standing in the water at the lake
  9. Eating ice cream
  10. In front of a flower garden
  11. Wearing silly sunglasses (check out your local dollar store)
  12. On a boat
  13. In a strawberry patch
  14. Building a sandcastle
  15. Playing in the sprinkler
  16. At a parade
  17. At a farmer’s market
  18. Laying in the sand
  19. Wearing red, white, and blue for the 4th of July (Do not hesitate to go overboard)
  20. In front of a historical landmark
  21. On swing sets
  22. At a splash park (pose under the falling water)
  23. Eating watermelon
  24. Sitting around a bonfire
  25. Eating S’mores
  26. On a slide at the park
  27. In a tent
  28. Posing on a park bench
  29. Wearing beach attire
  30. Holding hands at sunset
  31. Drinking summer slushies
  32. At an art museum
  33. On family movie night
  34. Relaxing under a big shade tree
  35. Listening to music at a local concert in the park
  36. Swimming a pool (use beach balls, floaties, or other pool-related items as props)
  37. Making/showing off summer bracelets
  38. Standing on rocks
  39. At an amusement park
  40. Floating on inner tubes
  41. Inside a blanket fort on a rainy day
  42. At a BBQ
  43. Painting and hiding rocks around town
  44. Lounging in lawn chairs
  45. Laying on matching or themed beach towels
  46. Drinking lemonade
  47. Playing beach volleyball
  48. In the middle of your sidewalk chalk art creation
  49. Putt putt golfing
  50. A group selfie (do this one multiple times throughout the summer months)

Just remember, when you are out having fun, follow all rules for public areas. Safety should always be your first priority.

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