Turns out the old film camera I was using for the last 8 days of my photo project was broken…the film was completely blank. Oh well. On the bright side, I developed some expired film from a disposable I found in my friend’s shed (the owners before left a bunch of crap in there) and some of the photos are interesting. Maybe you’ll get scans later.
Photo a Day
I think I’ll be expanding it to a full year. Having a lot of mini-project ideas.
So, after completing the first week of this photo a day business, I have some things to say. I know that if I want to get anything out of it I have to know what it is that I want to learn. So:
My thought is that forcing myself to take a photo every day will make me learn these things more quickly. While there may not be something particularly inspiring every day, I think having to take something every day will encourage me to experiment more.
University of Cincinnati
So I’m in college. And student groups and stuff. And this is a festival of a thing we put on for the different sustainability groups. This was a really good day all around.
I guess this is a different purpose than my usual photography—here I’m basically just documenting an event.
Total crap picture! I took some more interesting ones, but upon later review I wasn’t so happy with the color accuracy, and that was kind of the point of the picture.
Anyway, I’ve been collecting tickets for just about everything since last year or before. I keep them because to me half the point of doing cool stuff is being able to remember that cool stuff you did later.
La Santisma Muerte.
I’m almost 100% happy with this photo. Candlelight is a unique lighting situation that I’ve been trying to master.
After the egg hunt for the little ones, we did a big kids’ egg hunt, with $1-20 eggs. Amount of money was supposed to increase with difficulty.