It has been since September 20 that I published something from THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT. For several months, I have been down to just a couple pages and I had the final page done, but I just couldn’t pull the trigger on that last page. Faced with my deadline of being done with this project by the end of the year, so I could pick up another project for 2020.
I finally knocked off this project on Thursday with the help of Vest. These pages call for a celebrity picture of sorts and for the longest time I was concentrating on Tiger Woods, but in the end I decided a person that was less a celebrity, but more of a historical figure.
I’m not going to reveal who this “celebrity” is supposed to be. I hope that people can deduce it from the images, although I know that they might not make sense and you might not be able to figure out what they represent. That is okay, if I can at least get people to think a little bit, that is all I ask.
Page 66 & 67 0 Make a sequence of four pictures inspired by the rise and fall of Britney Spears (or another celebrity).
If you think you know what I was trying to say, feel free to leave your guess in the Comments section of this here blog.
This leaves only one page left to reveal:
Page 123 – Don’t take any more photographs -none- until you see something that emotionally moves you. Only then pick up your camera.
That picture will be revealed next Friday, along with my new photo project.
This is your reminder that this week’s theme for THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE is LANDSCAPE:
A LANDSCAPE image is a picture of an area of land. That is it. You can poke your head out your back door (assuming you live in a house) and take a LANDSCAPE picture.
Happy photo harvesting!