As we are still (kind of) quarantining, you might still need extra entertaining.

How would you like to start a photography project?

Here, I am sharing 13 photo projects you can start.

From daily projects, to decorating your walls, there is inspiration for everyone!

365 Photo Project

Take one photo every day.

A 365 photo project is an exercise to document all the small details that make life better.

A wise friend once told me, "Take one good photo a day." It took me a while to start a 365 Photo Project, but this is what jumpstarted my photography career in 2018.

Here, you can see a side-by-side comparison of what the 365 did for me.

PS- Follow Lola Vargas in Instagram for inspiration.

Day-in-Life Photo Project

Photograph your day all day, either throughout the day or just on the hour.

This is a fun way to capture the everyday moments and routines that we often forget to capture.

30-Day Photo Project

Take one photograph a day for a month.

Let's create a 30-day photography ideas challenge!

P52 Photo Project

Take one photograph every month.

Right now, I am participating in a monthly loop with some incredible photographers from all over the world. On the last Wednesday of the month, we post a self-portrait at 11:00 am. It is so inspiring to see the creativity in the group.

Recipe Book

If you love cooking, this might be the right photo project for you. Document your all-time favorite dishes, and gather the recipes in a recipe book that will be cherished forever.

Lizz, we still have to make yours!


Photo Project

Take old photographs that symbolize your childhood, your relationship with your partner, etc.

Recreate the photo in the modern-day, or recreate iconic images from history.

You can also digitize your legacy images. Memories are priceless.

Send Photo Cards

Print photographs and write a letter with the story of the photo. Send them to friends and family for a heartfelt gift that has no comparison.

It is the perfect gift for birthdays, Christmas, Mother's Day, Father's Day, etc.


I've always been shy in front of the camera. Last year, I decided I wanted to be more in the frame, to feel what my clients may feel when they are photographed.

I started a P52 project and, after a year of self-portraits, I discovered they are a great tool for artistic self-discovery.

10/10 I would recommend them.

PS- Follow Chinelle Rojas in Instagram for inspiration.

Black and White Photography

"Color is descriptive. Black and white is interpretive." – Eliott Erwitt

Try turning your images into black and white.

I always add black and white images to my clients' galleries because they are classic and timeless.

Create a photo album

or a gallery wall

A gallery wall is a perfect way to showcase your photography.

From curating your photos to finding the right frames, this is the ideal project to decorate your home.

And yes, I can help with that!

ABC photo project

Choose a letter and photograph something that starts with that letter, or photograph something that looks like the letter.


Photo Project

Photograph people, things, or places you are grateful for.

Count your blessings and add them to your photography catalog.

I am thankful for so many things, but specially, for my family!

If you decide to join one of the challenges, send me a message to and let's share your art with our community.