‘365 Days of Photos’, ‘One Photo a Day’, ‘One Shot, One Day’, ‘365 Days Challenge’ – do they sound familiar to you? Have you ever wanted to take at least one photo a day, every day… and I mean – every single day? Well I did. I read few interesting articles about it and I must say that I got so excited back then.
Put high demands on your shots. At first you may think – “Well, it’s not a big deal if I don’t have enough time to shoot. I may take a shot of my breakfast, my cat or my feet and… hurray I can cross out a day from my calendar”. The perspective slightly changes when it is not enough. You start to think – my shots are rubbish, I can do better than this. So what do you do? Of course you start ‘doing better’. You think about your weak shots (and you start to think that 99,99% of your shots are weak when you look close enough) and you get yourself together. You start to read books on photography, blogs and articles. You pay for some online photo courses and finally you try to put everything you learned in practice. And guess what – the magic happens! Your shots are getting better – and it is not only your own, subjective opinion but also your friends and family share this view. One or two weeks later after editing your let’s say Day 26, when it’s 2 a.m., you look at your computer screen and only one word comes to your mouth: