A lot of us have little time. What if we were able to be more creative, and be more fulfilled in our photography, in just 5 minutes a day?
The concept is simple: devote 5 minutes a day to your photography.
- Set your phone timer to 5 minutes.
- Switch your phone to airplane mode.
- Photograph your environment for 5 minutes, and don’t limit the number of photos you shoot.
You can shoot with whatever camera. Just use your phone if you don’t like carrying around a big camera.
And in the evening, choose your 1 favorite photo from that 5 minute session, and share it with others. Publish it on your photo blog, or share on social media.
- Study one master photographer for 5 minutes.
- Buy a photo book of a photographer whose work you like, and spend 5 minutes just intaking their images.
- Read inspirational photography quotes for 5 minutes.
- Spend 5 minutes writing down a list of photography project ideas you have.
- Spend 5 minutes giving honest, constructive critique to another photographer, or several photographers. This can be people you follow, or to people who follow you.
For more inspiration on the go, pick up one of the HAPTIC PRESS trifecta books:
And know no matter what you can be creative everyday.
Re-discover your inner-child:
- Ultralight Photography
- How to see.
- CREATORS SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH.
- How to Ignore Your Inner-Critic
- How to Unlock Your Inner-Genius
- Success is Your Only Option
- How to Make Your Photos More Artistic
- Creative Lessons Rick Rubin Can Teach You About Photography
- Why I Love Shooting With an LCD Screen
- How to Shoot Abstract Photography
- How to Be More Spontaneous in Your Photography and Life
- How to Re-Invent Yourself in Photography
- How to Photograph Like a Child
- How to Be a More Imaginative Photographer
- Never Rust
- Limit Your Palette
- Follow Your Intuition
- Have Creative Confidence in Yourself
- How To Find Your Unique Voice in Photography
- Beginner’s Mind
- There is No Wrong Way to Shoot Street Photography
- You Can’t Control the Results, Only Effort
- On Capturing Beauty in the Mundane
- On Searching For the Maximum
- The Beauty of “Creative Constraints”
- How to Stay Curious
- Enjoy the Process
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