How do you combat boredom and complacency in your photography?
You try something new!
From author and photographer Jenn Mishra –
“A One Photo a Day Project (also called a 365 Project) can be deeply rewarding. It has the potential to change your photography, and it may even change your life.
I know this from personal experience. I started a One Photo a Day Project a few years ago on a whim. Before this, I took casual photos when I was on vacation. I had no intention of completing a 365 Project; that is, one photo a day for a year. I rarely stuck with anything this long. But surprisingly, I did! I posted a photo every day for nearly two years.
By the end of the project, my photographic skills had increased tremendously. I was also a very different person with a different outlook on the world around me.
This guide is about starting and staying with a One Photo a Day Project. We’ll talk about different ways you can personally define the project and how to stay motivated over time. I’ll finish with a few tips to make your daily photographic journey a success.”
Here’s what we’ll cover:
- Reasons for doing a One Photo a Day Project
- Getting your project started
- Making your own project “rules”
- Staying motivated
- Tips for making your project a success
Click here to get pumped up and start on a journey of self-discovery with your photos!
Photo Credit: Jenn Mishra
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