Two days ago I completed my Project 365 that I started on April 1st 2013. It has been an interesting year and kinda uneventful. Had tons of time to think about my themes for certain days and on certain days I just improvised. I didn't end the project with a photo that i wanted to be the last one. I should have been a sunset viewed from the top of a hill with a beautiful view. But the last day was kinda cloudy so I went for the plan B.
But the project did it function IMO. I kinda gotten better with my camera and learned a lot.
I'm not gonna waste no more word. If you're interested see the best of gallery of that project here is the
My collage task are almost over and I have a lot of spare time. So I thought to myself: "What should I do?" . I wanted to start project 365 again and from 1st of April I'm doing it. I'm using my time to scout for new locations and sometimes recycle ideas from my last years project and doing it better this year. So far I'm happy and I hope that I'll make it to the end.
In the meantime I found a useful site for my project: CaptureYour365. There I found lots of useful tips and videos explaining Lightroom. It helped me develop workflow in Lightroom and now I'm better at organizing my photo collections. I recommend this site for everybody lookin
On wednesday October 31 I've finished my first Project 365. A yearly project that started on November 1st last year. A memory reminder of my life for that year. Most of the photos were taken with Canon Powershot SX130 and some were taken with smartphone Sony Erricson Live.
I'm very proud of myself for compleating that daunting task 'cause taking pictures every day can be quite difficult. I wolud like to thank everybody who participated in it and I would like to thank my friends and family for giving me support in my darkest moments. :) Family can be a great motivator and source of inspiration when you are out of ideas.
In my yearly journey