Has anyone here ever done one of these? How did it go? Any obstacles... maybe the time period's too long?
It might make a fun challenge here on the forum... though maybe not necessarily 365 days. Anyone interested?
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Since 2011, we take photos of birds in our region : Quebec City, in urban parks, along St.Charles River. Some birds only come in summer, in autumn, in spring or in winter. It tooks a long time and patience to have a good image. Now, we have a lot of photos and after 3 years, we think it's time to do a ProShow. Our best wishes for 2014 for you and all your family. quetzal
It also reminds me of the day my son and I were out and about, taking our cameras with us and shooting "stealth" photos of each other, photos taken when the other person wasn't paying attention to the fact a camera was pointed at them. Some of the photos were hilarious, some were really quite touching. It was a wonderful day.
I'll have to check that book out. I'll bet it's fascinating.
As far as the photo project challenge, it really could be any theme a person wants it to be, or maybe deciding on a theme for everyone might be more fun. Nevertheless, I think 365 days is too long for any project... for me anyway. I'll give it some more thought.
Your idea of stealth photos with your son is a great idea. I hope you created a slideshow to capture that day.
Here's one that you'll appreciate Barbara, as a Photoshop enthusiast. This guy used his sense of humor, creativity and his Photoshop skills to put together a project about being World's Best Father. I got a kick out of it, and I think you will too. (Check out the first half of the video as well as the photos below.)
No, I never created a show from the stealth photos. We did it because we were in need of laughter, and I guess that by the time we were done, we'd had our fill.
I've thought off and on for a couple of years of documenting a single day, but I only think about it when I'm busy doing something else. Is this a stupid excuse or what?
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