Category Archives: Project 52

Week 14: Colorful | 2018 Project 52

I swear one of these weeks I’m going to start planning again versus playing the “what can I find around my house” game. But alas… it isn’t this week. I hope you all forgive me. Settings: f/4.0, 1/80 sec, 50mm, ISO 5000 Camera and Lens: Canon EOS 5D Mark III with Canon EF50mm f/1.2L USM A […]

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Week 13: Photographer’s Choice | 2018 Project 52

I was chatting with a coworker on Monday who is also participating in our Project 52 this year and we agreed: it has been a funky time of year to stay inspired. Even with daylight savings over and longer days before us, this in between of winter and spring… having trouble waking up and falling […]

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Week 12: Rule of Odds | 2018 Project 52

Down to the wire, guys. I had an idea this week and never found the time to execute it, so it came down to the wire. Last night after work, daylight fading thanks to cloudy skies filled with snow (what the hell, spring!)… I was scrambling. Where did my eyes go, what seemed good to […]

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Week 11: Rule of Thirds | 2018 Project 52

This week’s composition of “rule of thirds” isn’t too difficult to implement, but I do hope that all the photographers following along challenged themselves to see how much it could impact an image. Even if it’s something as simple as shooting the same subject two different ways: centered and then with rule of thirds. I […]

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Week 10: Two Subjects | 2018 Project 52

To be honest, I wasn’t sure what I would do for “two subjects.” I had a lot of ideas, but nothing that wouldn’t require serious model work and posing… which are two things I don’t necessarily have time for right now. Bummer. But I decided to take my camera to work and walk out of […]

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