50mmProjectMy mind has been focused on photographing spring lately since I will be hosting a workshop on that subject in a week and a half. In the process of preparing for that workshop, I created a pre-workshop brainstorming worksheet to get participants thinking about what they really enjoy most about this season.

Often we notice and admire things about a season, yet don’t consider how what we notice relates to our own lives.

As a photographer, I know that the photograph always mirrors the photographer. This is often seen more clearly in hindsight, as in when we look back at photographs we’ve taken and see how it reflects what we were going through at the time.

In the process of doing the worksheet myself, I noticed some recurring themes among my thoughts about spring – emerging life, abundance, growth, renewal, and the circle of life. With my kids all newly out on their own, and an emerging business online, this seems to fit right in with where I’m at.

By the way, if you live in the Indianapolis area, I would love for you to join me for the workshop. Just click on the Workshops tab to find out more.

If you don’t live in the area or can’t attend the workshop, you can still download this worksheet for a short time by signing up for my email list. Don’t worry! I never give away email addresses and only send a weekly roundup of latest posts.

Why don’t you give the worksheet a try, whether you’re a photographer or not?

A Photography Workshop

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