A self-assignment narrows your eye.
You'll see more with a narrow eye than you would with an everything eye.
Do the following for inspiration.
1) Look at your photographs.
3) Repeat an assignment that you did in class.
4) Check the archives in the photokaboom.com blog.
5) There are lots of ideas in Tips.
6) Tell a story.
7) Photography has become more intangible.
Be more physical by making a book, collage (with a scissors, not on a computer), or ?
8) Work on presentation, such as a slideshow, book, picture rail, matting and framing, or ?
9) Improve your lighting:
• Get a LumiQuest Soft Screen (LQ-051D) for your pop-up flash.
• Get a separate flash
• Get a "hot" light, such as A Cheap, Bright Light.
12) Explore the history of photography, such as the technology, schools/movements, genres
13) Experiment with the tools of photography, such as those on the Cheat Sheet.
Put index-cards in the frame so each photo is captioned.
Put your experiments in your Visual Notes folder on your Desktop.
14) Go to Grow as a Photographer: Self-assignments.