3 Life Altering Reasons to Start a 365 Photography Project now.

1. It’s The FASTEST Way To Improve

When we look at the beginning of our 365 project(s) it’s unbelievable how much this project transformed our photography at an extremely  fast pace. When you take photographs everyday it improves your photography skills like nothing else…

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2. Endless Inspiration

It’s so easy to feel uninspired,  it happens to all of us…

The great thing about a 365 Project is it gives you endless ideas and inspiration, of course there are days when you might feel completely stuck, but that’s why we wrote “HOW TO: 365 Photography Project eBook” – it’s there to help you conquer everything.

But the main thing about a 365 Project is that it helps you like you won’t believe. You’ll “understand” what we’re saying, but once you see it for yourself, once you experience it, you’ll know what we’re talking about…!

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3. It Will Build Up Your Portfolio

If you want to QUICKLY build up your portfolio, this project is the best way to do it.

When you complete the project not only will you get 365 photographs,  it is more like 500+ photographs because there will be days when you will most likely take outtakes from each or every other day.

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Start Your Own Project! Just jump in…

So, if you’re like me, and you want to build up your photography portfolio, challenge yourself, and give yourself an opportunity to  try new things, then I cannot recommend a photography project more.

Whether you want to take on the big challenge of a 365 Days Project, or so365bookcover border 2 742x1024 3 Life Altering Reasons to Start a 365 Photography Project now.mething a little less time-consuming, such as a 260 Days Project, or 52 Days Project… it’s all possible!

If you’re looking for help, and advice on how to go about doing one of these projects, and all the many things you should, and should not do, how to get through a long and lengthy project, while still staying inspired, plus all the many important tips and things we’ve learnt over the course of many 365 projects, then I highly recommend you grab your copy of “How To: 365 Photography Project” eBook.

This will really help you to avoid those sticky situations when you have no clue what to do, or what the best composition is, or what to photograph, or how to photograph something. It’s a complete guide to photography, and a challenging project.

I’ll let the page do the talking; find out what’s inside the eBook, and how it can help you, even if you don’t want to do a big project like we have – it’s a total guide to your DSLR, how to use it to the best of anyone’s ability, and how to dramatically become a stunning photography, in any field of photography.

“How To: 365 Days of Photography Project” 

http://www.thebellsisters.com/how-to-365-photography-project

Starting at the Starting Line: Project 365 Number 3

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Day 1/365

For the last few years I have been on a roller-coaster ride of photography, starting with my first 365 Project, which I started on a whim, not realising what I had ahead of me…

Then after I successfully completed it, I followed it 9 months later with a second 365 Project that took me to new places, and new challenging situations. In between project 1 and project 2, I also embarked on a different project, 100 Jump Photographs which set me up to take many more jumps in my second 365 Project.

On April 30th 2013 I completed the second 365 project and since then I have been knee-deep in work, and also writing a “How To” for 365 Projects eBook with my two sisters on The Bell Sisters, which will be available to pre-order soon.

Which gets me to this day… July 13th 2013 — the start of my third 365 project. I never thought I would start a third, but having done two, and realising how happy they make me, and how much you remember of each year because of them, I can’t resist it – even though (as I was reminded by my sister, Sasha – who is currently on Day 294 of her second 365 project) it is hard work, especially during the darker months… coming through and seeing the year in photographs, is so very worth it.

I hope you enjoy this start… see you in 365 days time, at the finish line.

References:-

365 Project #1 – see it on Flickr.

365 Project #2 – see it on Flickr.

100 Jump Photographs Project – see it on flickr.

 

FREE eBook: 5 Hot Tips for Your Jump Photographs

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FREE eBook: 5 Hot Tips for Your Jump Photographs

 

Having done over 150 jumps, I’ve come up with a few handy tricks…

As so many of you ask, here they are in a free eBook download;-

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Hope you enjoy it – let me know what you think!

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My Working Desk & Time-out (photo series)

The other day I was thinking about what I should do for my 365 project’s photo of the day. I’m nearing the 365 mark, with a little over 30 days to go, so I’m really trying to make each photo count and try some different things I haven’t done before.

So for this day, I decided to try and photograph my “desk”, although my desk moves everywhere, so it can’t really be applied so literally, just that I love flowers, and coffee, and these homemade chocolate squares.

I really enjoyed trying out this sort of set up, although it did boggle my mind a little in the beginning. However, I enjoyed it so much, I then went and tried something different, yet similar the following day — instead of a work photo, a sort of “time-out” photo instead.

Hope you like them — leave a me a comment in the section below, I’d love to hear your thoughts.

The below photographs were processed in Lightroom 4 with my favourite indoor preset: Indoor Lightroom Preset Pack / Deluxe

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Equipment & Processing

- Canon EOS 5D Mark II

- Canon EF 85mm f/1.2 II L, Canon 50mm f/1.8 USM

Indoor Lightroom Preset Pack / Deluxe