Posts Tagged: 'photo366'
A little while ago the nice people at Blurb contacted me, and asked if I would like to create a book of my Photo 366 project. I pointed out that my project ground to an early halt with just 126 photos taken, but they were OK with that, and so Photo 126 – The Book Continue Reading
I used to be ‘into’ photography. I started with my Grandfather’s old Praktica 35mm camera, a camera so old I had to use a handheld light meter. I learnt the basics of photography with that camera, and used it until its lens fell apart. I had a succession of 35mm cameras after the Praktica: a Continue Reading
Well that didn’t last long; I completely forgot to take a photograph yesterday, and under my Photo 366 rules that’s it – game over. In my defence it was my twelfth wedding anniversary, and I was obviously enjoying myself far too much to remember. Photo 366 was fun while it lasted. The 126 photographs I did Continue Reading
After 100 days of my Photo 366 project I thought I’d pause and review how it’s going. When I started the project I said: I think my Photo 366 project will be a challenge to keep fresh with interesting photographs. I commute to London at least four days a week, well I say London but Continue Reading
I’m changing the way I ‘manage’ my Photo 366 project. By using a blog as the core of the project I’d made it a chore, and removed the potential for spontaneity from it. So as of today my Photo 366 Flickr set will the be the repository for my Photo 366 images. I hope to Continue Reading
My Photo 366 project has had a really nice reception since its launch, and even inspired a few of my friends to do the same. I’m delighted to say that my friend Brendan Dawes has offered me a POPA to use for my Photo 366 shots. POPA is the big red button for your iPhone that Continue Reading
I’ve seen a number of photo sets on Flickr where people have taken a photograph a day, every day, for a year; I thought it would be a fun challenge to do the same. Being a competitive sort of chap I thought I’d go one better, and take a photograph every day for a year Continue Reading