Until March 29. Tuesday was busy and I woke up Wednesday and realized for the first time since January 1 I had not taken a single photo the day before. Oh well. I picked back up on March 30. Life goes on.
I've haven't taken this project especially seriously but it has been surprisingly fun (perhaps because I put zero pressure on myself to have an image that is any good at all).
Some of the photos are truly bad. But sometimes I take only one photo in a day so that's that.
More often I find that I'm carrying my camera more and capture things I might not otherwise catch on film. And some days it's nearly impossible to choose just one image.
Oh, and phone photos totally count in a pinch (and sometimes I even like them--see above taken out the window of a car on a business trip)
Looking back it seems I took most of my favorite images so far in January. Maybe I was more inspired? For some reason I love this one taken out the window of my car at a stop light.
And I always love ones of Biscuit. I have many shots I have of her earnestly focusing on her homework.
My totally arbitrary "rules" for this project have been: no use of the flash (but messing with camera settings ie 1600 speed "film" is totally okay), no photoshopping or even cropping of the final image (this actually takes the pressure off--if it sucks, it sucks) and, that's about it. Easy peasy.