Happy New Year everyone.
I’ve decided not to continue on with a photo a day project for 2017. My project began three years ago in 2014. I did not intend on continuing it past 2014, but I did for two more years :2015 & 2016. As an avid photographer, finding and shooting subject matter wasn’t difficult. This photo a day project wasn’t the typical 365 project where you would shoot and post a photo the same day, but rather simply posting a photo a day. I did try to post photos within a week or two of shooting and that worked well.
[365 photo project ideas] – Have you ever done a specific and/or theme photo project? Please share your experience in comments.
If you have never embarked on such a project I would highly recommend doing so. For me, it kept me shooting. I have carried my DSLR with me continuously for a several years now and still do; it just became a habit. Having a camera with you definitely makes this type of project easier. In this day and age – smartphones makes this even easier; I did use my smartphone at times over the last few years. The other aspect of a project like this is it may yield unsuspecting things – illuminating subject matter that you are drawn to. I have amassed a number of themed photo collections on my blog; the largest being a collection of vanity license plates photos – weird huh? They often amuse me.
I do continue to take part in a B&W project on a blog called Monochromia where I am a regular contributor (on Fridays) as is my lovely and talented wife, Cyndie (on Tuesdays). If you like B&W photography, be sure to check out Monochromia.
Photo blog postings will likely lessen significantly for me in 2017 as I direct my time and efforts elsewhere for a bit. I would like to finish up my Ireland photos from April 2016 and Colorado photos from September 2016. Winter seems like a great time to get caught up. I would also like to spend some time exploring the entire suite of features that the Topaz Complete Collection has to offer.
In closing, I would like to thank all my blog followers and commenters. I appreciate your likes and comments; It’s been a great few years of photos for me and I hope you all have enjoyed this project as well.
Have a great 2017 everyone; happy shooting!