365… Should I?

I know, I already tried it once (or maybe twice?) before and didn’t get too far. But honestly, again I find myself wondering whether I should start a 365 project. This time the trigger was the Mostly365 site that Lisa Bettany started.

Now that I finally carry around a fairly decent camera all the time (the iPhone 4) it is conceivable that I could take a picture every day. At least something worth publishing somewhere. I’m certain that many of the images wouldn’t be worth publishing on shutterclicks, but putting them up in my Flickr stream would work. Honestly, I’d even have a start since I’ve got a few shots from yesterday in Seiska (the 7D).

Sure, it would be a challenge to take at least one picture each day. On the other hand, I could also start using my phone more to document possible ideas and such and post the ideas, locations, whatever raw and see if I ever get around to taking them any further. And honestly it could be refreshing to let go of some of my limitations.

Who knows, maybe I’ll give it a go… After all, what do I really have to lose?

Day 1…

A new year has begun. And new year’s resolutions are something that tradition says must be made. This year one of my resolutions is to start a 365 project. And I will require myself to take pictures every day, not just post new shots daily.

Some changes will probably be made to the layout and posting structure once I decide how to go about publishing shots when I get more than one that I’d like to show. And I’ll have to go through some backlog and either backdate shots or publish them in between the 365 shots. We’ll see how it goes.