These Photography Project Ideas Will Have You Shooting Today!

One of the many ways to improve one’s photographic skills and to keep the passion going and growing is to do frequent photography projects, even if you are a professional photographer. Having a project will also help photographers grow, taking them out of their comfort zone and experimenting with new techniques.

Here are 7 useful resources with lots of ideas for photography projects, if you run out of ideas or are looking for some.

Creative photos can be anything as simple as food to creative exposure photography like double exposure etc. If you’re looking for some inspiring photography projects, here are 10 creative projects from Deposit Photos, that you might like.

Photo by Motoki Tonn

If you’re stuck indoors for some reason like weather or something else, you don’t want to feel like you can’t continue with your photography and you’re also running out of ideas for what to do. There are always interesting subjects around us that are often overlooked. This article from Photo Guard shares 7 ideas to keep you busy if you’re stuck indoors.

Photo by Cala

A photography project can start as a small, short-term project and then grow into a more advanced project where you can keep working on it, regardless of the weather or anything else that may get in the way of taking creative photos. If you’re looking for some creative ideas or projects to kick-start or keep yourself motivated, this article by Improve Photography has plenty of photography projects you can start right off the bat.

Photo by Mostafa Meraji

If you are a street photographer, you may sometimes feel out of ideas. Street photography is quite a challenging genre in itself and having a photo project to work on will keep you motivated and help you take great photos. This article by Contrastly talks about 10 street photography project ideas to get your creativity up and running.

Photo by Marjan Blan

Whether it’s a rainy day or any other day when you’re stuck at home with no camera but only your phone, don’t make excuses because there are tons of photography ideas you can work on using just your smartphone. Here are some ideas from iPhone Photography School that will inspire and motivate you to take great photos using your smartphone.

Photo by Annie Spratt

One of the best ways to work on a photography project, whether short term or long term, is through a documentary photography project. This genre of photography can be very rewarding but it also requires a lot of strategic planning and approach. This article from Magnum lists some helpful tips for long-term photography projects.

Photo by Fateme Shahabi

Further Resources for Photo Project Ideas

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