365Project - What does it Take to be Successful?
One of the popular things for aspiring photographers to do these days is to participate in a 365 Project and attempt to post a photo every day for 365 consecutive days. I started one at 365Project.org back on Jan. 1, 2012. I've been "mostly" successful which is to say that I've missed a few days. :-) So, I got to thinking … what is required for a truly successful 365 Project? Below are three scenarios that cover some of the possibilities:
One thing that this process has caused for me, is a much deeper knowledge of my camera equipment and a greater attention to detail as I'm taking photographs. Plus, it makes me think photography every day and at least attempt to do something new and creative. I also think the "peer pressure" from others doing the project, especially ones you know personally, pushes you to try a bit harder to get a good image posted every day.
This is not a real photo, but an image I created from scratch in Photoshop CS5.
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