Random Acts of Photography – Project Ideas For Professional Photographers

I heard recently where it is good to surround ourselves with things that move us. As an an artist, I am definitely one of those people who can walk into a room and “feel” it. It is good to practice our art just for ourselves sometimes…just to feel and feed our souls. This project will do just that…and may make the world a little better place in the progress.

Let us all look for the good. Let us all learn and keep our hearts open to what God is saying to us. Take pictures of someone doing something good or someone who just needs a picture taken of them because of a connection you made with them or a stirring in your heart. It could be someone whose story touched your heart. It might even be someone you did not get to speak with but God showed you something special through this person.

Do this for one year. Set a goal for how many images you would like to use (one a day, week or month) At the end of the year make a collage of your images and print it out or put it into a book and write a little about what moved you in each image. At the end of the year you will have a special memento of the the things that have touched your heart throughout the year and maybe even a few life lessons.

3 Great Things to Do with Your Random Acts of Photography:

  • What a great coffee table book this would be!
  • If you are a professional photographer, this would be an awesome idea to do as a slideshow and publish on your website to show clients.
  • Publish as a Calendar – what a great gift this would make at Christmas time!