June is a perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy yourself. When you head out, do not forget your camera. Snapping photos is a wonderful pastime. Are you looking for inspiration? Check out the following photo prompts for June.
Spring is here. Flowers are starting to bloom. Days are slowly growing longer. The nicer weather is perfect for being outdoors and taking pictures. Whether you use your phone or a camera, use your imagination to create beautiful images.
Do you need some inspiration? Check out the following photo prompts for April.
March brings St. Patrick’s Day, Spring Equinox, and much more. The warmer weather presents a perfect opportunity to get out and take pictures. Do you need some inspiration? Check out the following photo prompts.
Selfie (The first day of the month calls for a new selfie or two)
Welcome, February 2021! Time to take some photos! Of course, many believe February is the month of love! Do not forget, Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Do you need some photo inspiration? Check out the following prompts for February 2021!
September brings cooler temperatures to the Northern Hemisphere. As summer fades into autumn, you have the perfect opportunity to get outdoors and take photos. Do you need some inspiration? Check out the following photo prompts for September.
September’s Photo Prompts
Selfie (yes, start each month with a selfie)
Sunrise or Sunset
First Day of Autumn
Something to Your Right
Have a great September! And take lots of pictures.
Did you know August 19th is World Photography Day? Starting with film and advancing to digital, cameras have been around for decades. A camera can catch a glimpse of reality before passing away into history. From haunting disasters to daily routines, every photo tells a story.
Ways to Celebrate World Photography Day
Photography is your personal journey. Taking pictures is the best way to celebrate World Photography Day. Do not be afraid to show others your view of the world.
Unplug from Your Computer
Unplug from your computer or other devices during your lunch hour, for the afternoon, or the entire day. Grab your camera or mobile phone and head out to take some pictures. Find your personal inspiration.
Go for a nature walk.
Take your dog for a hike.
Enjoy the scenery.
Photograph a meal.
Set up a scene.
Photograph your family, pets, or friends.
Photograph from different angles.
Make your photo adventure a family activity.
Buy a Good Camera
If you enjoy taking pictures, consider investing in a high-quality camera.
Do your research to find the right fit for you.
Ask friends or family members for input.
When you go to purchase a new camera, ask questions.
Hold the camera.
Remember a camera is just a tool. True photography comes from your inspiration and personal viewpoint.
Learn the Rules
Photography has rules. Composition, exposure, balance, and lighting are just a few of the common areas.
Take a class.
Attend a workshop.
Go to the library or local bookstore for photography books.
Join social media groups.
Break the Rules
Yes, photography has rules. Do not be afraid to break them. Every person views a subject differently. Your pictures are your own personal viewpoint. Let your personal inspiration shine through in your photo.
When you get to caught up in the right way to take a photo, you miss out on the experience. Have fun. Photography is an art form, your art. Never let anyone diminish your art.