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Started a 365 project, but still have questions

 
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Jun 03, 2010 17:13 |  #1

Hello all,

I started a 365 project on the day I graduated from college. From what I understand you take a photo every day and upload it. From my guessing it has to be uploaded that day it was shot, am I correct? A friend started a 365 project too taking photos each day but is uploading them every weekend.

If any of you would like to follow, add me as a contact and friend on flickr and I will add as well. I've learned a lot from all of you here so hopefully I'm doing you all some justice. lol

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Jun 03, 2010 17:20 |  #2

Hi Antonio - Look forward to following along on your 365 project.
I have added you as a flickr Contact - check mine out too!

By the way, we have a thread here on POTN already, check out:

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=804297




  
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Jun 03, 2010 17:24 |  #3

lespaulowner wrote in post #10297693 (external link)
Hello all,

I started a 365 project on the day I graduated from college. From what I understand you take a photo every day and upload it. From my guessing it has to be uploaded that day it was shot, am I correct?

I'm of the opinion that it's YOUR 365 Project, and you can do it anyway you want. I'm doing standard Flickr365, where you take ONE self portrait every day.

Now - I'm a busy guy and if a day comes when I just can't take a shot, I'll use an extra shot that I took previously. I will not lose any sleep over that. It's perfectly fine with me. :)




  
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Jun 04, 2010 05:13 |  #4

Sorry about that.


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Jun 04, 2010 12:00 |  #5

lespaulowner wrote in post #10297693 (external link)
Hello all,

I started a 365 project on the day I graduated from college. From what I understand you take a photo every day and upload it. From my guessing it has to be uploaded that day it was shot, am I correct? A friend started a 365 project too taking photos each day but is uploading them every weekend.

If any of you would like to follow, add me as a contact and friend on flickr and I will add as well. I've learned a lot from all of you here so hopefully I'm doing you all some justice. lol

http://www.flickr.com/​photos/antonio_quichoc​ho/ (external link)

Good luck with the 365 project! I started on Jan 1 and am still going strong. The great thing about this is that you can make up your own rules. There is nothing that says you have to post the picture on the same day or even the same week. I started out posting them every day, but have already gotten lazy and started working on them on the weekends or when I have the time. I still shoot something every day though.

The one thing that I have found is that after shooting stuff the whole day, it is harder for me to choose a shot that I like since I have been looking at the stuff all day long. It sometimes helps me to pic a shot when I go back to it a few days later when it is no longer fresh in my mind. But on other days, some shots I take just jump out at me and it is easier to choose.

I only gave myself a few rules when I started. I must take a picture every day. No self portraits. No "snapshot" style pictures. No flowers. That's it.


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