Happy New Year! Can you believe we are embarking on another year! 2015! Wow!
This is the time of year when I think about the various photo projects I’d like to do. Last year I completed my fourth Project 365. Although I must admit, I did an “easier” version which was to capture an image a day using my iPhone. As they say, “the best camera is the one that’s with you.” And for a project 365, I found that to be true.
This year, I’m not sure that I am going to commit to another project 365. So far I have taken a photo every day…because it’s a habit and I love taking pictures. But I’m not going to put a stake in the ground and say “I’m doing a Project 365.” We’ll see, maybe it will be the case but for now no pressure.
I am participating in Xanthe Berkeley’s a Year of Creating Time Capsules and I’m also enrolled in Kim Klassen’s The Studio and I’m very excited to be a part of both of these projects. I adore Xanthe and Kim and know that I will be super inspired by not only their work but the other participants. Registration is still open if you are interested.
I’m also starting my third year of a 10 on 10 project. A 10 on 10 project is where you take 10 photos on the 10th of each month. I am in a blog circle (on my business site….kristinarustphotography.com) and we each link to one another’s posts. It’s a great way to capture every day moments of my family and also connect with a group of amazing photographers. Click here to see my last post from 2014.
What photo projects are you up to this year? I’d love to hear about them.
In case you are curious, here is’s a recap of my Project 365. I used the Project 365 app to organize my photos and make these calendars…you should check it out!