How about a photo walk together this weekend? I will be going out for a big walk this weekend and creating a photo to illustrate the word ‘enjoy’. Why don’t you join in? It’s on Instagram and uses the #leesphotowalk. Easy. Enjoy!
My free eBook Stuck in the House has a Photo Activity in it called Point of View. It is very simple, can be done with any smartphone or camera and asks you to try and create interesting photos in and around your house.
The challenge is to explore different Points of View, to move up and down, in and out, right and left. These movements change everything in your frame and are at the heart of interesting and engaging photos.
I have completed it once and added photos to the Photography for Well-Being Facebook group, but I thought that it was time for another go. Only this time I would focus on the spaces just outside my house, but still on the property. Here are my favourites. Why don’t you have a go?
This week I offer three simple things to help cope with the relentlessness of lockdown. I know we are only 4 weeks in, but some days it just feel like forever. How are you coping with the difficult days? Here are 3 thing that may help. Also I share news about a Photo Walk that you can join in with this coming weekend #leesphotowalk
PS Don’t miss out on your FREE copy of Stuck in the House – an Introduction to Photography for Well-Being
How are you doing in these strange times? Have you established a new routine? What are you doing that is positive and creative to support yourself? Let’s talk about it……
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