I’ve already got a 52-week challenge going, started in the middle of last year. But what do you do when you’ve got one project going that you can’t keep up with? Start another one, of course.

Seattle, WA

This list will work a little differently than the other one. That one is just an alphabetical list, from which I just choose whatever each week. This list seems like it will be more constrained, in that it’s in a specific order, and that’s the order in which I’ll shoot them. I think to counter that extra restriction a bit though, I’ll give myself a little more leeway about getting the shot posted. This week’s, for instance, was for January 1-7, and posted the following day, today, the 8th.

I’m using the list from a past year at 52 Frames. I’d do the current one, but that just feels like more pressure than I care for.

Anyway, follow along at home, if you’d like. Participate with me, even. Here’s the list, see you next time!

  1. Self-Portrait
  2. Black and White
  3. Greetings From
  4. Shoot from Below
  5. Shoot from Above
  6. Levitation
  7. Lines
  8. Complementary Colors
  9. Pattern
  10. Kiss
  11. Rule of Thirds
  12. A Chair
  13. Line from a Song
  14. Negative Space
  15. Magic Hour
  16. Food
  17. Macro
  18. Red
  19. Blue
  20. High Key
  21. My Bedroom
  22. Architecture
  23. Abstract
  24. Depth of Field
  25. Books
  26. 5:00
  27. Water
  28. Low Key
  29. Transportation
  30. Calm
  31. Chaos
  32. Night Photography
  33. Portrait of a Stranger
  34. Silhouette
  35. Windows
  36. Wabi Sabi
  37. Emotion
  38. Hands
  39. Path
  40. Unity
  41. Freeze the Action
  42. Sound
  43. In Your Bag
  44. An Ordinary Moment
  45. Birds-Eye
  46. Masculinity
  47. Break the Rules
  48. Inspired by a Famous Photographer
  49. Black and White Minimalism
  50. A Different Perspective
  51. Combine Two Challenges
  52. Artist's Choice

This post is a part of the 52-week challenge photography project for 2021. Click here for all the pieces in this project, or click the camera icon above to see all the pieces from all my 52-week challenges.

I published the list I’m using for 2021, in order, in the first post, if you’d like to follow along or join me.