Creating an Image 365

For a fullย year I have strapped my camera to my back, placed it in my backpack, or put it in the front seat of my truck to meet my goal of taking a picture a day for 365 days. My intent of the project was to simply take a picture each day to improve my photography skills. Looking at the results I am shocked by how the project changed my view of photography and my photography skillset. You can read a full review of the top ten things I learned by heading to the link below. In the meantime, please flip through the gallery!

10 Things I learned By Creating an Image for 365 Days


14 thoughts on “Creating an Image 365”

  1. Your photography is like none I have ever seen before. I have thoroughly enjoyed viewing your pages, all the photos and videos. Absolutely beautiful! I a completely awestruck. Thank you for being such a great photographer and sharing your works with others. I appreciate what you do, and all the hard work you put in to create these phenomenal and perfect images.

    1. Wow! Thank you so much Diana! If you would like, sign up for the email of the blog:). I post about once per week, so it won’t plug up your inbox! I really enjoy maintaining this blog, so it’s great to get reviews like yours! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks again!

  2. Awwww, you still have the monkey! I love this project, Ian, and the fact you started it out with the princess of our family! I will eagerly look for the new “image of the day”!

    1. Yeah, It was much harder right off the bat. But now that I’ve settled into carrying my camera everywhere and prowling for shots I am finding it easier to get subjects. Looking forward to challenging myself!

  3. Your mom has often sent me links to this page and I love looking at all the great pictures. I do think the January 1st picture is the best, though. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Hi Deb! Great to hear from you, and thanks for stopping by! ๐Ÿ™‚ That January 1st picture is a keeper for sure! She’s a photogenic little girl. Say hi to Jerry for me – sixth grade seems a loooonng time ago!!

  4. Ian, I sit in awe at the pictures you capture. I really like the layout with the circles. I am interested in a collage of your photos for my guest bathroom. We will need to talk about this.
    Love to you,

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