A couple of days ago, I wrote about how writing a blog every day is making me read more blogs every day, too.
Project64 (or just P64) is about six photographers and one box of 64 Crayola crayons. Every week they pick a different color, wander off to shoot, and then post the results on their blog.
It’s a simple idea, I know—but it’s brilliant as well. Looking for specific elements like colors or geometric shapes is a great way to sharpen your eye. And seeing how other photographers approach the same task is also a wonderful way of broadening your horizons.
If nothing else, P64 inspired me to pull out my box of crayons this morning and see them from a different perspective:
I’ll be back soon with my entries for “yellow green,” “carnation” and “chestnut.”