52 Week Personal Photo Project

52 Week Personal Photo Project

Last year I followed different blogs and tried to do a 365 day photo project for myself.  The goal was to take a picture daily, edit it and post it.  This project was to help me learn more about my camera, editing, and general picture taking to continue to improve.  I had a lot of fun doing it, got a ton of good pictures of my kids, but I stated to stress when I missed days or didn’t have the time.  With three small children, taking and editing pictures every single day for myself was hard.  I have found that it is so much easier to do things for other people than to do things for myself.

So this year, instead of 365 days, I will be doing a 52 week personal photo project.  Ideally I would have like to start at the beginning of the year but better late than never!  I will be focusing each week on a different photography skill or editing method.  I will be taking time to improve the skills I have as well as learn new ones that will help me improve for myself and my wonderful clients.  Most of the pictures will be of my adorable babies, I mean they are just the perfect models, but I will try to branch out as well.  I aim to do a couple pictures per weekly challenge and post them to my Instagram and here on my blog.  I’m so excited to partake in this project and to share in this with everyone.  I will try to post information and links to the topics I am working on that week for those interested in partaking and learning.  Follow my blog and my Instagram to keep up with this great project.

This month I made a huge camera upgrade (YAY!!) so took time to do all the necessary setting up and calibrating.  For my photos this week I just decided to take pictures of anything, getting a feel for the new camera and getting back into editing for the spring season.  Below are just a couple pictures of my beautiful girls.  Meet Avery and Rylan!!   My son was uncooperative so wasn’t able to get any pictures of him this time.



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