Shannon and I have talked about collaborating for quite a while now. We finally made it happen with this challenge and we’re hoping you guys benefit from it. Don’t let the number scare you off. Its easy to hit 100 shots.
If you’re really serious about wanting to improve as a photographer, go beyond the 100 shots. Shoot 200 or 300. The more you shoot, the more you’ll get out of this one. I promise.
One of the hardest things for any photographer to do is be objective about their work. It’s not surprising – photography is an emotional art. You aren’t just sharing an image. You’re sharing your vision of the world, and your feelings about the moment as you press the shutter. Photographers pour their heart into their work, and sometimes, it’s difficult to separate the emotional attachment you have for an image from the compositional and connective realities of what lies within the frame.
So David Pasillas and I are issuing a two-part mini-challenge. First, push the limits of your creativity. Second, embrace your objectivity.
Step 1: Grab your camera, any camera. Creativity isn’t limited by the tool, it lies within the artist.
Step 2: Pick a subject and take 100 different photos of it.
AGGGGHHHHHH!! 100 photos!!!???!! We know, it’s a very intimidating number, but before you run for…
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