Colors of Spring – The Beginning of The 100 Exposures Project

April 04, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

I’ll soon be starting a new project, titled “100 Exposures”.    Over the next year, I’ll be posting an image from any camera, of any subject, any genre, and yes, even perhaps some older images that I might re-process as new tools become available.  The object is to push myself to take, post process, and share on a regular basis.  Yeah, I know, it’s cliche.  But I really believe this is a good way to discipline myself to;

1) take more images,

2) train my “photographic eye”, and

3) get out and walk instead of sitting at my computer all day long.

I also expect to gain some valuable insight into project based photography, that is to say, photographing with a specific purpose in mind, be it story telling, exploration of a specific subject or location, etc.

Royal Poinciana
Beckman Coulter
March 28, 2012

This image of a Royal Poinciana is my first for the 100 EXP project, and acting somewhat as a place holder for now, as I’m preparing my galleries, formatting my blog, and initializing my social networks to facilitate sharing the images.  If you’d like to keep up with this project, subscribe via e-mail via the RSS link at the bottom of this page.  Once everything is set-up, I will ensure announcements are made.

For now, all of the images can be accessed via my gallery page on Zenfolio, located here.   Hope you stick around.  If you do, please leave a comment, either here or on my Zenfolio gallery.  Thanks!


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