A little project I set for myself was to take a photograph a day for the month of October to document the month. I decided to use my phone to take the pictures, although it doesn’t give the best quality I’m more likely to have it on me than my digital camera, and I don’t have to wait for film pictures to develop.
It’s the 9th of October now, and I’ve done 8 photos (not much has happened yet today), and this project has already brought up some interesting questions. Like is it cheating if I’m looking for stuff to photograph, should it be an accurate representation of my day-to-day life (difficult since I can’t take photos at work) or should it be nice things that I see. Will doing this project automatically change the way I see things or the things I see, and do I just take one picture a day or a few and pick the best one?
This is the first 8 days.
Day 2 is the fog!
Day 3 is the gooseberries and crumble that boyfriend and I used to make gooseberry crumble.
Day 4 was the tree in the park where I ate lunch.
Day 6 is one of decorative arcades in town.
Day 7 was an empty bus (kind of creepy to be the only person on board)!
Day 8 was an autumn display in a shop window.