At the turn of the millenium, veteran photojournalist David Hume Kennerly embarked on a project using a single camera outfitted with a single lens – a medium format Mamiya 7II with a 43mm f/4.5 lens. As he crisscrossed the country, he committed to taking
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The real goal of a photo-a-day shouldn’t be a photo a day, but rather a tangible improvement at the end of a prescribed period of time. So shoot and Instagram all you want, just don’t expect your audience to share your enthusiasm.
In just a few minutes (as of the writing of this post) we will officially enter the 3-day Memorial Day weekend. Summer has arrived, and it's a great time to drink beers, fire up the BBQ, and think about the direction of your career. Is it going where you want it to go? Are you happy doing what you're doing each day?
For a lot of photographers, this is a difficult thing to think about. Most often feel powerless and unable to make a change for the better. I disagree. As long as you're inspired, you can do anything.