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It’s time for another weekend photography challenge – something that could take a few of us out of our comfort zone.
Lets start with a call to safety – if you’re worried about this challenge – I highly recommend doing it with a friend by your side.
This idea comes from a video that we’ve posted here on DPS once before (see it below) – where a photographer gets out on the street with his camera, sets up a white sheet of paper on a wall and starts randomly approaching strangers to take their photos. The results are an interesting collection of images.
Now you might not choose to set up a studio on a street corner like this photographer – you might choose to photograph a friend of a friend for example) – but make it your goal this weekend to photograph at least one stranger – you might be surprised by what you learn from the experience.
As always – once you’ve taken your shots and uploaded them to your favorite photosharing site – come back here to this post and share a link to it so we can all enjoy what you do.
If you tag your photos on Flickr, Twitter or other sites with Tagging tag them as #DPSSTRANGER to help others find them. Linking back to this page might also help others know what you’re doing so that they can share in the fun. (update – see the images with this tag on Flickr)
Remember that it doesn’t really matter if you do this challenge this weekend or not – the thing behind these challenges is simply to give you something to go and try for yourself, whether it’s on a Saturday, a Wednesday or a Friday.
Be safe and have fun!
Here’s the video mentioned above (there is a short sponsored message from Wired who produced the video before it starts).