Daily Tasks for Photographers – Keeping Britain Entertained During the Crisis

Hedon Viewfinders – DAILY TASKs


Don’t let the crisis prevent you from taking photographs! Other people like seeing our photos, and especially when shared on social media or other community networks, they can bring a bit of good cheer during the dark days. They also send an important message to family and friends too; it tells them loud and clearly that we are okay! So keep taking and sharing your photos on social media! Think of it as an important duty during this situation.

Join in with our DAILY TASKS – we hope to provide a daily bit of photographic inspiration and encourage sharing of our photos on social media.

Share with the hashtags #viewfinders #dailyphotos #keepsmiling #stayhome

Daily Task


9 The Light & Dark. Interpret as you wish. Maybe one or two photos. Objects around you? Or something that reflects your moods perhaps. Be creative. Share your photos online. 
8 Hobbies and Pastimes. Staying home is the new going out! How are you keeping yourself occupied! Are you skype-ing, zooming, and Facebook Live-ing? Or more traditional board games, crafts, DIY? Take some photos of what floats your boat, share them online #viewfinders #dailyphotos #keepsmiling #stayhome
7 Clocks and time! Clocks, watches, timepieces… we’ve got them aplenty at home. Take photos that show that object or the passing of time. And remember, the clocks spring forward 1 hour at 1am on Sunday 29 March.   Remember the hashtags when you share online: #viewfinders #dailyphotos #keepsmiling #stayhome and for today only #SpringForwardReminder
6 Selfies! And Selfies with a Difference! Show us yourself and those in your household having fun! Those who are a bit shyer might want to do Selfies with a Difference – perhaps disguise yourself in some way…? Share online widely!  Remember the hashtags #viewfinders #dailyphotos #keepsmiling #stayhome
5 Visitors to your Garden Bees, butterflies and other insects. Birds. Frogs, toads and pondlife. Be like David Attenborough -Photograph wildlife in your garden and share your pictures online.

Not got a garden? Share the view from your windows especially photos including any wildlife outside.

4 Rainbows for Your Windows! One for the children. Draw a Rainbow and put it in your window. Spread positivity and joy. Adults, take a photo of your window display and Share online. Share in the Facebook group: #frommywindow Hull and East Yorkshire
3 Memories This is an opportunity to be reflective and spend some time looking at old family and other photos. Share the nostalgia and love – take a snap with your phone of an old photo and share online.
2 In the Garden Continue to spread a little bit of colour and sharing pictures of life in your garden #MissedSpring. Don’t have a garden? What about houseplants or flowers?
1 Daffodils Spreading a little bit of colour and sharing pictures of DAFFODILS in your garden, the harbingers of Spring – perhaps the #MissedSpring (Facebook hashtag) for lots of people.