Sunday, 24 July 2011
I began my project again the other week and have so far managed to cheat once (I meant to take a photo one evening, completely forgot and took one the next month and published it as the night before), but since my one slip I have managed to keep things going.
I have been discussing this topic with an American friend of mine, who I discovered had also started her own calender project at the beginning of the year, she has managed to get through to March and then 'life got busy'. You definitely need dedication to see this project through for a year, most the time we walk around with some form of camera, either on our phones, or compact cameras or our SLRs, but the action of stopping to take a photo when life is hectic is the difficult part of it.
This project came up in conversation with Tom one evening as I took a photograph of a random plant. Currently I would like to document a year of my life in photographs, but Tom feels that it's ridiculous to upload really rubbish photos just because you had to take a photo that day (and the rubbish one is all that you have). He would like me to upload my 'good' photographs that I already have stored on my laptop, almost like a mini portfolio. One way round this I guess is to have two calenders on the go, one for 1 photo a day and the other to show off a little. Do I have 365 good photos?! Guess I will have to have a look and see.
Tuesday, 12 July 2011
I have finally managed to hang my free print! Somehow managed to get it stuck to the wall all by myself and it looks straight. Only have 2 more to mount and print.
I still have prints left from my exhibition, am finding it harder to find good homes for them than I originally thought.