Sunday, December 5, 2010

What next? Any ideas?

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My "365 Project" is drawing to a close. Today will be Day 339... leaving a mere 26 days of photos.

What next?

Do I start the project over on January 1st?

Do I come up with some other form of project for 2011?

I don't know.

I'm open to suggestions! So... if you've got any ideas, let me know via a comment to this post here on my blog!

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7 comments:

Jean Hislop said...

52 Original Recipes. One per week, each completely your own. Then you can take photos of their presentation, too :)

Heather Ford said...

Perhaps restart it with a twist? Make each month a theme (either vague or obvious)and each picture has to somehow incorporate it? Just please...PLEASE...do not make a month dedicated to "JAWS" :) lol

Walk in the Woods said...

Heather has a point about not making a month dedicated to "JAWS" - - - Make it the whole year! :D

Vincent James Pia said...

I don't know... what I'm going to end up doing.

It doesn't necessarily need to be a "daily" project. It could certainly be "weekly" or "monthly".

It has to be something creative/art-based - preferably centered around photography... but could involve writing (essays... poetry... journaling... etc.) - sketching... collage-work... painting... etc., etc.

In the past I've had people suggest things centered around portraits/people... meals I eat... things I find... but so far nothing has really jumped out at me.

Jean Hislop said...

How about a "All the People I know" photo/journalism type thing. Take a person you know each week, if possible, hang with them. Your place, or theirs, or out and about. An artistic "These are the people in your neighborhood" type idea. Shoot a photo, do a sort of interview, or give a recap of a memorable moment from your get-together?? Or, maybe, someone you DONT know, but want to know SOMETHING about?

nici said...

Some of your most powerful shots are high contrast close-ups. I find them fascinating,and often don't know what they are until I read what you've written. Maybe you could do some of those, or some mysterious silhouettes, that make an item into an abstraction...then have your readers try to identify it. :)

Vincent James Pia said...

Hmm... You've got me thinking, Nici! Thanks! :-)