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    does it have to be 1 a day with a camera, or can one make a cameraless image
    instead of a in camera negative ?

    great idea rob !
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    I may consider making a point of each day in the year going out with a goal of taking at least one interesting photograph.

    I do think, however, that one of the most important things to learn in photography is when not to take a photograph.

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    I did this a year ago and let me tell you it was tough!!!! The interesting photos got less and less interesting as the year went on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa83 View Post
    I did this a year ago and let me tell you it was tough!!!! The interesting photos got less and less interesting as the year went on.
    This is so very true. However, I see that as a good thing: the pic-a-day means you're always out and experimenting and you work through your more lame ideas pretty quickly. Raises your standards I think, but as they come up, it of course gets harder as the opportunities to be original suddenly seem a lot less original.

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    I don't think it matters how you take the photo. As long as you would call it a "photograph" when you're done.

    I plan to count my regular assignments as well... so some days would be easier. Plus I have two ideas already so that gets me to Jan. 3rd before I've run out of ideas. LOL.

    It's a challenge, no marks, no fame if you do it. But I triple-dog-dare-you to try.

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    The dreaded triple-dog-dare! No way to shrink from that. I'll bulk load some really short rolls.
    Considerably AWOL at the present time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alkos View Post
    Damm, it seems I've been doing it for few years now ;-)
    So are you in then?

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    I am doing this challenge for the month December - that means I'm taking a photo a day since 01-12 until December 31-12.

    Have to say, its pretty interesting. I wish I would have used a faster film, 200 ISO is way too slow. I end up shooting lots of photos at 1/8, 1/15 and 1/30, I hope my rangefinder forgives those mistakes. I also notice that I end up shooting something in the evening, when I forgot about it or I didnt have time enough.

    Cant wait to see the results though.
    Might be doing this more often, but a year; No way. At least not now

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    That is a great idea, but shooting once a day, devellop and print is quite a heavy job.I do not really have the time for that.

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    I'm not going to get all the printing/posting done on the same day.... I'll take a photo a day and post them as they work their way through the darkroom.

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