Taking on the 365 project is an on-going personal exercise in discipline and creativity. There are days I am not feeling creative and I know my photos show it.
Then there are days when I am happy with the results.
Regardless of the outcome, my resolve is still strong to stay disciplined in photographing and uploading daily.
Upcoming planned photo shoots include some acro yoga friends, acrobat friends and more. I even have a brain-storming session with another photographer today.
The 365 Project website is set up that only registered users can leave comments or follow projects. I certainly understand the reasons for this, but it does restrict the communication between the photographer and those following the project who are not interested in signing up to yet another website.
As an artist and photographer, I love feedback! While my creative juices will ebb and flow, so does my drive to produce. Your comments, feedback, woo-yay’s, etc. are boosts to me. Even a simple “like” on Facebook is encouraging. I’ll take a “WTH were you thinking” comment anytime over silence. So, please, let me know you were here… that you are watching, lurking, spying or just hit the wrong link.
If you have been watching, you will have seen a couple images with a tricycle.
These images plus a few others will be uploaded to iStockphoto where they will be offered for sale. All profits from these images will be donated to worthy causes. We’ll be looking into organizations fighting human trafficking or helping orphanages or other child-related non-profits. A special thanks to our friends who generously gave their time for these photos.
Thank you for visiting. I look forward to your comments!