With all of the power found in photography, over the next few weeks I will be offering Blog Exercises with the emphasis on getting you behind the camera and showcasing your photography on your blog.
In this first exercise, you are to dig through your archives to find a photograph to publish on your site that truly changed your life.
It could have changed your mind, your perspective, or the path of your life.
It might be very personal. It might not. It’s your photograph and your story. Share it with your readers.
Here are the specifics of the blog exercise today.
Go through all those images in your file cabinet, scrapbooks, or digital files and find a single image that you feel represented a change in your life.
It could be the image itself, a moment captured once viewed that changed your life. It could be an image representative of a moment when your life changed.
Tell us the story behind the image and how it changed your life.
Before you publish the story and photograph, including a hat tip link back to this post to create a trackback, or leave a properly formed link in the comments so participants in these blog exercises can check out your blog exercise task and ooh and awwww over your picture and story. You don’t need to explain the why and incentive behind the post, so let the link be enough if you wish.
SPOILER: By the end of June, I will be publishing the first six months of Blog Exercises as an ebook, the first half of what will become the final book at the end of the year. Stay tuned for news!