Of all the goals I laid out for myself in January, the one I’ve stuck to the best so far is my Project 365. Nearly 100 days into the year, and I have at least one photo from every day. I didn’t set any other requirements for this project, other than taking at least one photo every single day. On the one hand, this has been made so much easier by the quality of the camera in my iPhone (as well as my addiction to Instagram). I always have my phone within reach, so I can snap away any time. On the other hand, it makes me lazy when it comes to carrying around my DSLR and taking higher-quality photos.
The other day, I decided to grab my “big” camera and have some fun with the kids. Who doesn’t love jumping on mom & dad’s bed?
This is the joy of digital photography. I snapped well over 100 photos in less than an hour. The majority of them are blurry, out of focus, or otherwise just no good. But who cares? Just keep snapping, ask the kids to do something silly, or stand over them and make faces. Eventually you’ll get a winner.