Today I’m sharing my FotoInspired March 2020.
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The FotoInspired Stats
A total of 4 double-page spreads for the month of March 2020.
And a few thoughts on making this project work for your life and photos.
2020 | Weeks 10 and 11
2020 | Week 12
2020 | Week 13
2020 | Week 14
Everyday COVID-19 Documentation
There’s nothing like a pandemic to make your project a whole lot MORE.
- More images.
- More stories.
- More documentation.
Don’t let everyday day events overwhelm the joy in documentation.
- Keep the process as simple as possible with images, words and a little artistry.
- Focus only on what’s most meaningful to you and your ‘piece of the puzzle.’
- Limit the photos and stories to those that matter most.
- Compare what has changed and remained the same.
Tip. Aim to create a single double page per week.
Include mimes and screen captures alongside your personal photos.
- Covid Mimes for Scrapbookers Album via Persnickety Prints Storytellers Facebook Group.
- Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases via John Hopkins University via Screenhunter 6.0
- Coronavirus News Resources via 1440 Daily Digest.
- Screen captures of texts from your phones.
Note. Try to include a variety of resources but selectivity is key!
Balancing the fear with hope.
- Document your feelings to process current events
- Focus on the fleeting ‘rainbows in the storms’ as a practice of gratitude.
- Check your perspective – Are you viewing the glass half full or empty?
Include your perspective in your documentation.
Remember that this will be heavily documented in the history books so focus on your piece of the story.
- What will I want to remember about the Coronovirus Pandemic in years to come?
- What do I want my grandchildren and their children to know about my experience?
- How can I make pages that are most meaning for me and my family?
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Superb, artsy documentation of a time to remember! Your FotoInspired pages always ROCK, Anna!
Thank you Marnie! Always nice to hear they inspire you.