Many of us I suspect, have at one time or another, considered starting a 365 project, but if you are like me, you have felt that you do not have the time or commitment to start one. If you read this article by Katie McEnaney, for Digital Photography School, you may just motivate yourself to start something that will help improve your photography over the coming months! Katie is an educator and photographer from Madison, Wisconsin. Read more tips on her blog, Boost Your Photography.
With the beginning of a new year, many people around the world take time to reflect on the past year and set goals or resolutions for the upcoming year.
It’s a good time to ask yourself; “What do I want out of my photography this year?” For most of us, the response might be to improve our skills, to be inspired, and to find more time and energy to pursue our passions. No matter what you want out of your photography, your path to accomplishing your goals will require dedicated time and effort.
If you are looking for a way to dramatically improve your photography this year, now is an excellent time to consider starting a 365 project
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