12:32 on a Saturday
Fun little photo projects are a great way to keep the creative energies flowing. This one involves quickly creating a image each weekend.
In 2019, the idea was to take a photo of whatever I was doing at 12:32pm each Saturday. The result was posted to my (then) Facebook account.
It took a few weeks to settle into a consistent format. Photos were square to accommodate the Facebook post format. Not too big. Not too small. Not too close to the subject.
Some weeks, I was surprised when the alarm went off. Other weeks, there was some speculation on where I’d be at 12:32. One week, I was too sick to bother getting out of bed.
In 2023, I rebooted the project. I’m noticing a change in style. I’m getting in closer.
Rules: Set alarm for 12:32pm, on repeat for every Saturday. Stop what I’m doing and find an interesting image that tells the story of what is happening.
48 weeks in 2019