Last January I kicked of my first 365 project. I decided that I could learn more about my camera and about photography by forcing myself to take a photo every day for the year. I succeeded — I’m choosing to focus on the positive — on taking about 277 photos during the year; just 88 photos short of 365. I’m not a fan of cold and wet so the Winter and early Spring months were my least productive months. I say the project was a success because I learn how to use my camera better and I did learn a bit about composition and lighting. But I don’t think I have the discipline or time to pick the camera up each and every day. So starting this week I’ll be kicking off my new project – Project 52. I’ll have a whole week to plan my shoot and I hopefully will have an interesting photograph to share each week.
I want this 365 project to be over. Just a few more weeks. I’m tired of shooting every single day. If I do another photography project it will be either a 52-week project or 12 months.
I was tired of sitting here at the computer. It was getting late and I once again I had not taken time to go out and get a shot for my 365 photography project. I looked up and saw the sun setting out the window. I reach for the iPad and take a photo. The iPad does not have a competent camera — low resolution and low-quality pixels but with a tweak here and there and we have this.