You’ve seen plenty of ‘photo a day’ projects online. Everywhere from Facebook to Twitter there are galleries of photographs taken daily; some with a specific concept and some with only creativity in mind. Design Aglow has taken that idea and pushed it to the next level with Project Life 365: a community of photographic storytellers. I’ve decided to participate this year. I enjoy taking random photos, sharing with friends and developing my own personal style.
Project Life 365 is an interactive photo a day challenge that helps you develop your visual literacy by guiding you through daily prompts that engage your imagination. Each day, we provide a “daily inspiration” that will stimulate your creative photographic magic. It doesn’t matter if you’re literal, logical, or a free spirit; there are no wrong answers. Your only limitation is your imagination. Using your preferred mobile app or camera, simply capture and upload your photograph to visually connect with other participants from around the world. Take the Project Life 365 challenge and discover what is personal to you, can become much larger: a dynamic, interactive project without borders.
If you want to see the photos in detail (or just can’t wait to see my weekly recaps) – feel free to check out my Interactive Gallery. I’ll be posting each image daily, but this is Project LIFE 365 — and we know how life can be sometimes — so if a new image isn’t up one day, check back later!
Ready to join in? Check out the links below for all the tools you need to be part of this creative photography movement. You can also sign up for the official newsletter to get updates, prompts and more.