Tomorrow I’ll take a photograph of something I see, import it into Lightroom, agonise over it for hours, export and upload it to a website. The following day I’ll do the same thing. And the day after that.
And every day until 30 June 2015. Three hundred and sixty five photographs in as many days.
- Community. My friends and colleagues at Sunrise undertook this challenge last year. David set up a site and folks posted their work there. Many of them are redoing the challenge this year, and I feel like joining them.
- Practice. I want to exercise the photograph-making muscle more regularly. Weeks can go by without my fairly nice camera 1 being taken out its bag.
- Consistency. Dan Benjamin often remarks that the secret to success is showing up consistently and doing what you said you’ll do. Well, outside of the most mundane of daily tasks, I can’t think of anything I’ve done consistently for an entire year. This is a test to see if I can change that.
I shoot a Canon 650D with a couple of entry-level Canon lenses. Current favourite is the EF 40mm f/2.8. ↩