Friday, September 30, 2011

31 Days to Releasing Your Inner Artist - The Itinerary


31 Days



Tomorrow will mark Day 1 of the 31 Days to Releasing Your Inner Artist series. 
I wanted to remind you it starts tomorrow and let you know what to expect...both from the series and during the month. Since this is such an intensive series I will not be sharing my normal photography posts, although Scripture & a Snapshot will still run on schedule.

The main goal of this series is to help you break out of the box and let your inner artist and creativity run wild! While this series is geared towards photographers, I think artists of other mediums will also be able to take away some valuable points.

Below is the itinerary for the series, broken into five main parts.
As you'll see, there are five exercises throughout the month, all of which fall on Monday.
There will be a link-up for each exercise which will remain open for two weeks.
You can participate in one, all, or none of the exercises.
This is a "come as you are, leave when you need" kind of series and is meant to be a place to ask questions and learn from one another...because I assure you, I don't know everything!

So, without further ado...the itinerary:

Get Your Head in the Game

Composition
15. Get Lit

Time Management

Think of the Viewer

Rule Breaking
29. Hi, ISO




I think this is going to be a great series and can hardly wait to get started!
See you tomorrow!



10 comments:

  1. I really just can't wait!!! Some times, I with the 31 day series was another month vs. October......only because our Octobers are busy with birthdays, visitors, and so on. However, I am planning to read every post and hoping to jump in on the exercises.

    I know it will be great!

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  2. I'm really looking forward to participating in this!

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  3. Looks awesome Katie! I'm hoping to take advantage--thank you!

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  4. I've been looking forward to this soooooooooo much.

    Rosie xxx

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  5. This is going to be fun! I can't wait!

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