Monday, January 2, 2017

2017 : WHAT IS YOUR NEW YEARS RESOLUTION IN PHOTOGRAPHY?


WHAT IS YOUR NEW YEARS RESOLUTION IN PHOTOGRAPHY?

A NEW YEAR IS HERE.  HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF A NEW YEARS RESOLUTION OF WHAT YOU WANT TO DO IN PHOTOGRAPHY?  IS THIS YOUR YEAR?  IS THIS THE YEAR YOU TAKE PHOTOGRAPHY TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL?  I HAVE A VIEW OF SOME OF SOME FACEBOOK POSTS OF WHAT SOME PEOPLE ARE PUTTING DOWN AS A GOAL THEY WANT TO ACHIEVE THIS COMING YEAR.  TAKE A LOOK AT THIS AND SEE IF THIS GIVES YOU SOME IDEAS OF WHAT YOU MAY WANT TO DO FOR YOUR RESOLUTION IN PHOTOGRAPHY THIS YEAR:

Sharon Strochak Love the idea of 365 photos in 365 days. Going to try it shooting in Burlingame, CA. Will probably be only 340 something because i will travel some during the year. Thanks for the suggestion!
Kathryn Cunningham To donate more of my photography time to non profit animal rescues to take engaging photos and help them get the pets adopted quicker; I think its important to also work with the homeless and children in shelters who may lose sight of their growing years simply because no one takes their photos
David Booker To continue my writing campaign to get Panasonic to give their wonderful Lumix LX100 a firmware update to include an built-in ND filter. Silly omission.
Brianne Lucinda Pituley Get out and shoot. I've got the gear and the skills and talent, I just need to shoot!
Andrea Wulff-Deno Focus more on what inspires me rather than just shooting to shoot.
Tiberman Sajiwan Ramyead I'll slap my face each time I click that shutter release and remind myself of 2 things: The COMPOSITION, and the MESSAGE I want to convey!!
Robert Walsh I got 4 macro lens, for Christmas. So, I will be able to shoot more macro shots. Now to go out and find some bugs.
Colin Thompson improve my photography by shooting more and start earning income part time
Padraigh Kelly To always have the camera with me and to shoot and shoot and to be able to buy a new camera.
James Giordano I'm a mostly retired professional photographer. I've spent the last 20+ years shooting models. Now, my photo interests lie elsewhere. Those interests include shooting with classic/vintage lenses on modern digital cameras (plus getting back into shootin...See More
Nicole Dennis To take more notice of everyday photo opportunities
Clara Castle Build confidence in approaching and posing people
Craig S. Higgins Take at least one really good photo a day and post to my website.
Kerry A. Knudson Finally get the Milky Way!
John Tobias To spend less on gear use what I have better!
Henri Russell To take at least one photo every day.
Sean Meade Take better images and travel as much as I can
Stephanie Karoline I want to take pictures of the Wave in Utah!
Kathie Waterhouse To complete my photography club's 52 week challenge.
Michiyo Brewer Less time wasted on FB. 😊
David Netherton Move in a new direction.
Denis Anderson To improve my all round photography and post photography enhancement.
Keith Price Continue to grow my Photographic Skills
Jeanne Desmond Take pictures each day.
Karin Ursula Smith To actually use my camera more instead of taking pictures on my mobile. With other words think about composition and what I want to convey.
Kei-Ling Louie To actually pick up my camera and take a photo rather than leaving it for weeks/months and then having unrealistic expectations that the photos I eventually take are going to be 'fantastic'!!! So a photo or photos each day will be on the daily list of things to do. Cheers,.
Stacey Taylor Derkson To take at least one picture a day, whether it be an iPhone shot or with my dslr. I need to be mindful and have purpose of what my intentions are when I shoot.
Maureen Miller To try to figure out layer masking, and more importantly, luminosity masking, so that I can produce really beautiful landscapes.
Marie Schaller To increase my knowledge of SLR photography (in March I will have lived 1 year in the SLR world), and better my photography skills.
S. Robert Sliger II Thinking about starting a Project-52. Probably going to upgrade to a Canon 7Dmkll and add a 100-400mm or similar big lens to my gear.
Meredith Lee-Mike To work on seeing more images and capturing them when I see them. I tend to see a photo op but keep driving because I think I can't stop right now. I do remember the image in my mind and think I don't always have to grab the camera and take a photo, my mind can do the same.
To learn more about photography through reading, workshops, videos, documentaries, and social media.
Richard Schneider To experiment with more lens filters in my landscape photography!
Pat Wilson I take photos for the love of it. I have tons of images on my computer that no one ever sees, except me. I've spent a lot of time learning photography and post processing, so I feel they are good enough to share with friends and family without embarrassment. So, I resolve to share them on FB beginning today.
Pat Kehoe Now that I have two long fast lenses I intend to do lots of sports, especially rugby.
Linda Philo To really enjoy it more, not to worry about taking a rubbish photo but to try and learn and improve from it 📸
Eulan George Get more creative with my photography and explore different sceneries
Terry Straehley As below, to try to complete a 365 day photo essay starting today. I've tried it before and did 107 days the last time. If anyone wants to follow, the Flickr album is at https://www.flickr.com/.../terry.../albums/72157678600048905.
Julian H Miller Get better with practice, lots of it like every day for 6 or 7 hours ( retired )😀😀😀
Phil W Bell Be better Learn more about what I think I already know abouy my camera.
Leon Hertzson I am giving away about 1000 cameras and lenses from my collection to charity organizations. Glad to be rid of them.
Tom Holmes To become better friends with my tripod and take more photos using it.
Eileen M. McVey To learn the many features of my cameras!
Susan Cassidy-Smith Keep my camera with me everyday and shoot!
Susan Birkenshaw Shoot more, Learn More, Develop My Personal Style!
Jo Dixon To get to know my camera better and to master Lightroom
Deborah Flowers More exploring and and shooting!
Allison Richmond Put more time into improving my photography.


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