A while back when I listened to one of Scott Bourne’s podcasts. In it he mentioned a challenge to those wishing to improve their photography.
This tip recently appeared again in Scott’s post on photofocus.com: Seven Things You Can Do If You REALLY Want To Become A Better Photographe. The basic concept is dead easy do a little bit, but do it every single day.
The aim of the challenge is to improve your photography in one year with 300%. Unsure how to measure this I’ll settle for anything that qualifies as a huge improvement.
The rules of the challenge are simple
- Take at least 1 photo every day.
- Read at least 1 page in my camera manual every day.
- View other professional images every day.
The challenge was originally made to tasramar.com and I decided to join the tasra365 challenge and share my progress with you. (I’m number 439 to join the challenge)
So how do I go about this.
I’ll upload my photo of the day to my flickr photo stream I’ll try to upload the photo’s on the same day as taken, but that might not always work.
Besides this I’ll put up a post regularly with a summary of the other two tasks with links to photos I’ve seen and things in my camera manual I’ve learned.
Looking forward to lots of fun shooting and improving.