We all have many different goals when it comes to our passion for photography. Getting better at our craft is definitely something that most of us strive for. A great way to get better is to explore your own creativity by working on personal and professional photography projects.
Writer and photographer Karthika Gupta has always prioritized self-assigned photo projects as a tool for learning and personal growth.
It’s obviously working for her, as she is a highly successful professional photographer living and working in Chicago.
She says the hardest part of getting started on a personal photo project is choosing what the theme of your project will be – the proverbial “What do I photograph?” question.
In this how-to eBook Karthika lays out four suggested options to get you going on a personal self-assigned photo project.
Photo Credit: Karthika Gupta
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