April Photo A Day Challenge 2017


Yep, you can take that gob-smacked look off your face… it’s APRIL, already! ALREADY.

Here’s the fun list, and all the details you need to know on how to play Photo A Day. Let’s do this!

April Photo A Day Challenge 2017


+ Playing along is really simple! Just look at the list each day and take a photo using the prompt as inspiration. So, for example, Day 1 is BEGINS WITH T, so all you have to do is take a photo of something starting with the letter T!
+ You can then share your photo on either Facebook or Instagram or both! To share on Instagram, just upload with the hashtag #FMSPAD and you’re done {more details below if you need them though!} and to share on Facebook, upload to your personal page or jump into our Facebook group and share there.


+ Simply upload the photo to Instagram, add a caption {you could mention the day and the prompt in the caption}, add the hashtag #FMSPAD and then publish.
+ Check out the #FMSPAD hashtag to see all the other photos. Like them. Comment on them. Be part of the community.
+ Each day a Fab Four is picked from the photos shared on Instagram for the challenge. It’s four photos that have captured our attention from each prompt. Check the feed {@littlemomentsapp} to see the photos.
+ To make it easier to find all the daily photos, you can find and use the daily hashtags below. Simply add them to your caption when uploading to Instagram.  Alternatively, my App {The Little Moments App for iPhone/iPad} generates the daily hashtag for you automatically so it takes all the thinking out of it for you!


+ Upload the photo to Facebook – you can either share on your personal page, on your business page {if you have one} or in our Facebook Photo A Day group {you’ll be added within 12 hours of requesting}, add a caption {you could mention the day and the prompt in the caption} and then publish.
+ Check out the photos shared in the group, or among your friends. Comment, like and be part of the photo-taking community.
+ Each day a Fab Four is picked from the photos shared in our Facebook group for the challenge by our lovely admin team. It’s four {or more} photos that have captured our attention from each prompt. The photos are made into a collage, shared and pinned to the top of the group.


+ For all devices and PC, we upload the prompts which you can download automatically into your phone or PC calendar. For Smartphones & Mac Calendar, click here. For HTML for web viewing, click here.
+ You can also print out the list, save it as your screensaver or save it to your camera roll.
+ If you’re a lucky iPhone or iPad owner, you can use the Little Moments App to remind you of what the prompts are, as well as make your photos a bit fancy. You can grab the App here.

If you want more help with the prompts, and ideas of what to take photos below, read on:

1. begins with T
Share a photo of something that begins with the letter T.

2. happened this weekend
Take a photo of something that happened this weekend. Show the world what ‘happened this weekend’.

3. many
Take a photo of multiples of something – a lot, a few, many!

4. frame
Using a frame within a frame to add depth and context or to draw people’s eyes to a certain point. Use a doorway, an arch way or simply take a photo of a beautiful “frame”.

5. magazine
Take a photo of a magazine. Your favourite “magazine”, in your collection, in the doctor’s surgery, an article you loved reading.

6. letterbox
Take a photo of a letter box or boxes, whether it is yours or the community ‘letter box’.

7. postcard
Why buy a post card when you can take your own to share with the world. Share your “Post card” moment/s with us.

8. fork
Take a photo of your fork. That can be a “fork” in your dinner, a fork in the road. The fine details on the handle of your fork.

9. macro
A spider’s eyes, a flower’s structure or what ever you like, Take a photo using a “Macro” or a “Close Up”.

10. flora
Take a photo of a flower, or plant – whether it’s local or imported.

11. street
Take a photo of your street, your favourite street, things happening or activities on your street.

12. fauna
Take a photo of an animal!

13. story
They say “A picture can say a thousand words”, so take a photo of anything that tells a “story”. Don’t forget to tell the story in the description.

14. lights
Take a photo of anything “Lights”. A street light, city lights or candle lights. Show the world “Lights”.

15. comfort
Happy Saturday. Show us your comfort in a photo today.

16. egg
Poached, scrambled, fried, Easter eggs, they all have a story to tell. Take a photo of an “egg”.

17. eye spy
Take a photo of what you see and show the world what you “Eye Spy”

18. water
About 71% of Earth is water. Capture the ferocious ocean against the rocks, the simple elegance of a rain drop on a flower. Show the world your take on “water”.

19. retro
Take a photo of something “retro”. Show us your retro..

20. i sat here
Share with us where you sat. Take a photo of where you sat, be it in a limousine, a plane, a train or a park bench.

21. rough
As “rough” as an outback dirt road. Show the world rough in a photo.

22. opposites
Ying and Yang. Sweet and Sour. Yes and No. Opposites are everywhere, so take a photo of something “opposite” in your world.

23. good together
Weekends and wine. Mickey and Minnie. Chocolate and well let’s be honest anything is good with chocolate. Take a photo of what you see as “Good Together”.

24. fence
Take a photo of a “fence”. A fence panel, a brush fence or a simple dividing fence.

25. black and white
The timeless classical photo. Take a photo of anything your heart desires, in “Black & White”.

26. rectangle
Whether it is a tv, a frame, a house or a geometric shape. Take a photo of something “rectangle“.

27. smooth
As “smooth” as silk. Show the world smooth in a photo.

28. get in the photo
Go on and get in on the fun or drag unwilling family members into the family photos.

29. transport
“Transport” comes in all shapes and forms. Show the world your transport. It may be a horse, a unicycle or a ship. Take a photo of your transport.

30. this makes me happy
Take a photo of something that makes you happy. Chocolate, puppies, beaches, flowers. Show the world what makes you happy.




12 thoughts on “April Photo A Day Challenge 2017”

  1. Hi!
    I clicked on the link for calender in this section in your “how to remember the prompt”-section, and thought that I only should get the list for April this year. But I got the hole year but it was not the same things on Mars in that promptlist like the ones in your earlier promptlist in the Marschallange photo of the day.
    So I wonder which one is the right one for Mars and April?

    My english is not that good, but I hope you understand what I mean.

    Thank you in advance for the answer ?

    Kind regards from Diana

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