Project 365 on the iPhone

Another of my photo projects this year involves the Project365 app for the iPhone. It’s probably not too hard to figure this one out. 365 days, 365 pictures. So far I’ve managed to keep up. I learned about the project on 06 January. Fortunately, I had taken pictures on all but one day of January before that. Also fortunately, Du had taken a picture on the day I missed. His life is so closely linked to mine I decided it would be perfectly fine to incorporate his photo for that day. PLUS, my somewhat OCDishness just couldn’t take a blank day on the photo calendar! There had to be something there.

Most of these pictures have been/will be taken with my phone. Some people don’t care for the resolution, etc of the iPhone camera, but I’m clueless enough to think it’s great, especially with the apps I use to take pictures on the phone.

Click on the picture to be taken to a good description of a Project 365 and some motivation. If you want to download it then go to your phone. Doing some searching I found ShutterCal.com. If you want to do a Project365 but don’t have an iPhone or other phone that has the capability to download the app, and if you don’t want to create your own blog this looks like it’s the site for you! I haven’t tried it out so I cannot vouch for it…I’ m very tempted to try it out though. You know, ’cause I need another thing on my plate right now. A duplicate thing no less.

Here’s my picture from today (using the Instagram app to jazz it up):

If you’re bored and want to see my daily pics you can look up at the top-left of the blog. In that left sidebar up there I’ve got a Project365 button that links to my Flickr account. Apparently that’s going to update itself every time I update Flickr with my daily pic. So you can come back here and look everyday, or you can come back whenever you remember I write a blog and click on the picture and it’ll take you to all the pics I’ve taken. There’s a lot of moving parts there, hopefully they’ll all stay connected and working (and motivated).

I’m excited to be using the camera on the phone every day. If nothing else, it will help me become more creative in subject matter and composition. I love always having a camera with me!

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