21 photos into a 365 day project… Three weeks in and I can definitely see why photography teachers say get out there and use your camera.
I’ve not had any specific break throughs but my god, it really does make you look around and think. So, I would definitely recommend it.
Its tough with shift work and I guess it will be made harder now the nights are starting to close in. However, the biggest problem so far hasn’t been taking the images but processing them, deciding which to go with and getting time to upload them.
If I’d joined a project where I had to upload daily I would have failed miserably. Thankfully this is not a rule attached to the flickr group where I am posting my selected images.
It feels a little lazy to have shot at home but, it was shoot this or nothing… well I guess I would have found something else but its simply a question of time today.
If you’d like to see the images selected so far, they can be viewed in my 365 album.
Feel free to like or comment and if you are doing a photography project, share your link.
As always, thanks for looking,
Jim Jimmy James
It is interesting how the pressure of doing such a project alters the thought process about taking photos. Your bass guitar worked well-enough for me, Jimmy.
Cheers mate, Pete.
I did a 52 week project when I first started learning photography and I wonder if that is maybe something I should have gone for. Especially as most have weekly themes; taking some of the decision process away. At the moment I’m kind of thinking if the composition looks deliberate thats a good thing.