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New Year Resolutions for Photographers

New Year Resolutions for Photographers

Written 10 years ago by Lee

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Comments
Nikki  10 years ago

One of my New Years Resolutions = My first 365 project… a little aprehensive because I know how hard it will be to complete… but determined as well. It will be a picture a day of my son… we’ll see how creative I can get with a 3 year old :) Wish me luck!

Nic Robinson  10 years ago

I am such a newbie at photography. I am still trying to get to grips with my D90. My resolution is to take lots of pictures and to get more out of my camera. Hopefully getting much better and being classed as a photographer.

Lee Milthorpe  10 years ago

Good luck Nikki, that’s a challenge alright!

I’m quite tempted to try a 365 project too but think even a 5 project would be a test too far for me! I just don’t have the patience.

Hey Nic, there’s no better way to improve than getting out there and playing around with the camera.

Lindsey Epps-Tucker  10 years ago

To choose to let my work determine my clients. Not to let my clients determine my work.

My Two Seasons  10 years ago

I have two photography-related goals this year: Complete a Project 365 and 52 Week Project. I tried to do project 365 in 2009 but didn’t do very well. I really enjoyed doing it, I’m not sure why I quit. So this year I want to stick with it! Along the way I want to improve my artistic vision, to look at things in new ways.

Desmond W.  10 years ago

My New Year Resolutions is to shoot more, and to improve my post processing skills.

Nikki  10 years ago

Thanks Lee…It’ll sure be a challenge on my part… Who knows how long I will last, but I’ll do my best. :)

You should give it a go… See how far you can take it and post it here for everyone to see… I’d follow to see your progress.

drec  10 years ago

I’m starting a 365 day project as well. I’ll try different styles and break out of my comfort zones of Landscapes/Seascapes and try more Portraiture and Off Camera Flash. I just want to see how far I can push myself and improve – publicly.

Lee Milthorpe  10 years ago

My Two Seasons, I think a project 52 would be more suitable for me. Good luck keeping up this year. Nice blog by the way!

Desmond, I was watching a video yesterday showing photographs before and after post processing and they looked incredible! That’s definitely something I’d like to improve on!

Nikki, thanks for the suggestion. I might do that, it would definitely give me a reason to keep going.

Good luck with the project drec!

Kim  10 years ago

My New Years Resolutions:
1. Always carry my camera with me
2. Take at least 1 photo a day
3. Learn as much as I can to improve my skills
4. Focus on more food photography and styling
5. be happy
Happy New Years!

Mark  10 years ago

My resolution is to work on my website more and add more things to my site where photographers will be able to interact with each other. – str8photography –

Amit  10 years ago

My new year resolution is to have patience and to be with my camera always. Just loved the topic, thanks.

nick  10 years ago

this is a little different than the other responses, but my goal this year is to better organize all my back up solutions. i went from having a collection of external hard drives to one in addition to a drobo. it’s, obviously, crucial to keep everything backed up properly and my goal this year is to perfect that as much as possible.

Lee Milthorpe  10 years ago

Kim, I have to agree with your number 5. I need to do far more of that this year!

Nick, that’s actually a really good bit of advice. Something else I don’t take enough care with but really should!

dee  10 years ago

i’m going to:

1. try to stick to a project 52
2. blog my work
3. follow the work of inspiring photographers
4. get to know photoshop better…..

thanks for an inspiring post lee!

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