Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Blog Guelph: 1 of 366


1 of 366, originally uploaded by Pah Print.

We have a two part special here on Blog Guelph. The first is airing today and the second, next Wednesday.
I posed 5 questions to two Guelph photographers on their 365 days project. The 365 or in Dave's case 366, is a photo a day of himself. Not all of him has to be in the photo, but a part has to be. Sounds easy enough. I think not.

1. The 366 project is such a huge commitment. What made you want to take on this project?


Ummmm, momentary insanity?

I started shooting again a year-and-a-half ago. Most of the pics I took for the first six months were outdoors while I re/familiarised myself with digital photography, and just fooled around to see whether I remembered much from when I was younger and semi-serious about the craft and art which we all love.

After a while I needed an excuse to do something indoors and get those skills working again. I was trolling around on Flickr one day and found some 365 sites. The whole concept seemed intriguing to me. Without really thinking about it I plunged in. At the same time I was finding Strobist and sites like that, so I outfitted myself with a bare bones indoor setup. That was about it.

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