Another week in November, another seven days of documentation. I am so looking forward to seeing how this project plays out in a printed book form.
I plan to make a book at Artifact Uprising with the finished pages, plus a few extra photo pages thrown in for good measure. I'll be compiling the album in the first week of December, and share both the process and the results.
But enough of my yakking. Onto the pages.
Note: I felt I owed it to the band to blur them out. You know, middle school. Plus, the lead singer/guitarist was flipping the double bird. This was a selfie timer band shot and when I saw it, I can't lie. I giggled and thought, rock and roll, boys. Rock and freaking roll. It's a great band photo, all the same. I asked Cole if I could use it for my album which was met with a puzzled, but agreeable look. Moving right along…
Note: again, teens. You know.
And that's where it stands as of today. I ended up using mostly iPhone shots this week, save for Cole's band shot. And I used product shots because I thought they were pretty. The thing about this project is, the photos don't have to perfectly illustrate your gratitude.
And for that, I'm thankful.
If you want to learn more about this album project, read this post.
Please share links to your pages and approaches for the past week. And have a great weekend.