Updated: Oct 30, 2018
This week, the theme is to:
Photograph Something Borrowed
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue....
You don't just have to think weddings this week, but a summer wedding would be appropriate.
Grab your camera this week - or better still, borrow someone else's - and go see what you can negotiate.
Product photography works. Anything is fair game this week -- as long as you don't own it. I borrowed a dozen pairs of worn ballet slippers for a photo shoot.
Stop by your neighbor's house and ask for a cup of sugar - or play in their garden for a while. At least you're not asking to borrow their lawn mower.
There's any number of things you can borrow from friends, family, neighbors, random strangers on the street.... All you want is a quick photograph - you'll give it right back!
This fellow in Cuba wanted my hat and I got his - a permanent form of borrowing!
Found objects also work.
Maybe this is the week to borrow - rent - a fancy car or some studio space for some photography practice.
Or borrow some time to do a little extra photography.
You can even borrow an idea. Find a photo that inspires you and try to recreate it. Imitation is the best form of flattery. I was using a photograph that I'd found on Pinterest as an inspiration for this photograph to practice my lighting techniques in the studio. What do you think?
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