Category Archives: Photography Projects

when it comes to photography projects, i am all aboard.  i love the push that a photography project gives me to be better at what i do and practice, practice, practice.  there also always seems to be a life lesson embedded in a photography project that is often humbling and leaves us thankful for doing…

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photography projects are one of the best things you can do for your photography.  for me, i learned so much and grew quickly during my photography projects, which encourages me to start and complete one each year.  from a long project like a 365 photography project to a short day in the life project, there…

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>>this post contains affiliate links.  thank you in advance for supporting bethadilly photography!<< i am a firm believer that photography projects can drastically improve your photography skill and that everyone should complete one.  when this board was sent to me by Letterfolk to share on my social media, i was immediately inspired to get out my camera and…

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as cliche as it sounds, your baby’s first year will go by in the blink of an eye.  as mamas, the thought of our little one growing so quickly begs us to do one thing…grab the camera.  we naturally want to remember every moment, every change, every facial expression.  it can be a little overwhelming…

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it’s that time of year again when the kids are out of school for the summer and we find ourselves both excited to leave behind that morning school routine and also a little panicked as we try and plan activities to keep them entertained all summer.  well, i’ve got you covered this year with a…

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  • Mary - This is awesome. We just moved to a new town and with summer break officially starting in just 3 days for my boys, this is such a sweet idea and absolutely perfect timing. Thanks so much for sharing both the book and the idea to document our adventures with it. I may just make this my summer daily project!ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - yay! i am so glad that you love this idea and are turning into your daily project for summer! such a great way to have fun with your photography and your kids at the same time! enjoy, mary!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Wiley - Love this idea. My boys are 11 and 14 and are very competitive and not always very nice to each other. They are always the first ones to jump in to be kind and helpful to other people, but have a very hard time translating that same kindness to their sibling. Maybe there are some “good things” that they could do for each other instead of always keeping score.ReplyCancel

  • Phoebe Harris - This sounds like the sweetest idea. I would even suggest for other parents to read their kids a children’s book about kindness to fully inspire them to do good things. Here’s a nice list of some of the best children’s books that teaches kindness: http://www.inguspingus.com/2016/06/04/27-childrens-books-about-kindness/ReplyCancel

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