Day 30: Yourself…30 Days Later. The 30 Day Photo Challenge is officially over! Can you believe it? To me, it went by incredibly fast and I can’t believe it’s October already. Obviously, compared to Day 1, there is a substantial amount of people that didn’t make it into this post but we still loved seeing all of your submissions. Meet the photographers:
In a bit, I’ll be posting a fun infographic + a short survey for all those that participated or just enjoyed following along so be sure to come back in a few hours!
Day 29: Clouds! I love the variety of clouds in this set. Sometimes a cloudy day is perfect and other times it’s nice to see only a few in the sky. I love #6!
Tomorrow’s post will be of the last day! Day 30 (Yourself…30 Days Later). If you didn’t get a chance to submit your self portrait, you still can! Just submit them by tonight (9pm EST).
Day 28 : Incorporate Motion. To me, motion in photos makes them more candid and a better reflection of what was really happening. I think this set is a great example. Your favorites?
Tomorrow I’ll be posting Day 29 (Clouds) and Tuesday will conclude the challenge with participants’ self portraits…30 days later. Make sure to check back all week with updates on my trip to the east coast and a fun infographic about the 30 Day Photo Challenge.
I’m baaaaack! I’ll be posting more about my trip to Nantucket and Boston next week but for now, let’s finish up this challenge! The 30 Day Photo Challenge is officially over as of today (since it’s the 30th) but I’ll be posting Days 26-30 over the next five days. Today’s post is Day 26 which was “playing with shadows.” Your thoughts?
It’s kind of weird that you all won’t be sending me submissions for tomorrow but I’ll be posting all the submissions for Day 27 (Natural Light). Be checking back until Tuesday to see the challenge finished up. On Wednesday I’ll be posting a fun infographic to share some stats from the challenge and other interesting facts. Maybe even a survey so that I can host an even BETTER challenge next time.
Update: I won’t be able to post while on Nantucket! I’ll begin posting Day 26 this Friday (and Day 27 on Saturday…etc). Hope you all understand! Keep sending your submissions for Days 26-30! I’ll sort them all out when I return. I also have no idea if that photo (above) is way too big. Yay blogging from my iPhone!
Today’s challenge: anything you want! I love these shots. Not that I don’t LOVE when 30+ people submit photos but sometimes a smaller set feels really awesome. Your favorites? Mine’s #14.
Tomorrow’s challenge: playing with shadows! I’ll be traveling all day tomorrow so please get your photos in by 12pm EST so I can try to get the post done while I’m waiting for my plane/bus/ferry ride. Happy shooting!
Whew. Another late post. I’m in Illinois and don’t have great Internet connection. There is a chance that for the rest of the challenge, they’ll be going up late because I’m on vacation! I’m sure you all understand :) I absolutely love these color schemes! Great job, all. I also wasn’t able to access my spreadsheet with all of your website/blog links so please comment below (with your #) if you want others to know which photo is yours!
Tomorrow’s challenge: whatever you want. Submit by 4pm EST because I’ll be driving back to Ohio all day anyways!
Today’s challenge was to take or submit a photo of a childhood memory. Mine is a photo of nail polish. When I was REALLY little, I would pretend that each bottle was a person and as I got older, I just always kept a huge basket in my room. I love looking at these photos because they’re clearly tied to each person’s memory. Which one is your favorite?
Tomorrow’s challenge: your favorite color scheme. I’m excited to see these! Please submit by 12pm EST. I’ll actually be in Illinois (which is Central Time) so the post won’t be up until early evening. Happy shooting!
Someone you love. I killed two birds with one stone and snapped a shot of my husband Adam and my grandpa. Both are men that I love a lot. I really feel love when I look at these photos. The shots of people feel like they have a level of comfort that you can’t achieve with a model or client.
Tomorrow’s challenge: childhood memory. I think this collection may be the most interesting set so far. Please submit by 12pm EST. The post will be up early evening!