Recently, I adopted an old trick to begin shooting more regularly. I decided to use the take-one-great-shot-a-day method, as a means to a more consistent daily practice. (This is why you've seen so many more postings from me.) My process has been almost excusively limited to working on conceptual bodies, years in the making, and I think I stopped simply snapping photos for the shear joy of it, many years ago. I hope you've enjoyed looking at these images: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
A running coach I used to work with liked to say, "Somedays you'll run like Carl Lewis, and some days you'll run like Jerry Lewis."
I think that's true for a photographer too.
So... throughout the next year, my goal is to feature one or two photographers, other than myself, for a five day stretch every month. As the featured photographer, you will be asked to shoot and post one image a day, M-F. (The rule is, they must be shot that day.)
I'm hoping each of those featured will enjoy the assignment and that the audience will gain a unique insight into those participating artists. Honestly, I hope to see just as many amazing images as I see bad ones. We can all learn a lot from each other.
If you are interested, please send a link of your website to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the subject line write: one-shot-a-day