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365 Project Complete - Statistics

I started the project 27th of December 2016. That's when my new camera arrived and I decided to drain the life out of it by snapping every day. The project was officially finished 31th of December 2017, but I decided to extend it into the 2018 because I was skipping days. The last picture in the album was taken 7th of February 2018.During 2017, I made 16854 pictures and turned the camera's internal counter back to the beginning somewhere in July. I skipped 31 days, meaning a whole month, but I decided to keep going. Initially I wanted every photo to be taken on a different day, but when in May I didn't have enough photos, I decided to use more than one photo from the same day. This turned out to be a good idea, as I stopped having a delay and all the photos in an album are from the right month of the year. The albums became related only to the specific month and not to the beginning of the next month too. My best months were March, July and August with only one day skipped and my worst month was January with 5.My most exploited topics were the city, sky, interiors, through my window, animals, lamps and artwork. Many shots were objects from my house and they were usually taken when I didn't have anything better to photograph. On some days there were other things to do besides chasing a good shot around town. Most of the year I did the same things and walked the same streets so finding something of interest was a challenge. However, now when I take a look at all those pictures in an album, there is very much to see.I avoided people and images that are too personal. I wanted to keep my things to myself. Pictures can reveal many things about how, where and with who I spend my time with and this is not what the project was about. The only subject that I needed to include was my best friend, neighbor and photography buddy who I spend much of my time with (usually with the camera).Selection was the trickiest part of the project. On some days I had several hundred photos and on some only one or two. Meaning, there were really great photos I took that couldn't enter the project, and the really bad ones that entered because there was no other choice. But the value of this kind of project is not the quality of photos taken, it's the process of photographing through time. Many invisible moments appeared. Going through the piles of photos I took, I see a very good fraction of what was life in 2017. Not only mine, but the life in general. The life that is usually forgotten as soon as we get distracted by something big and important.

Feb 20, 2018

365 Project Complete - Statistics

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I started the project 27th of December 2016. That's when my new camera arrived and I decided to drain the life out of it by snapping every day. The project was officially finished 31th of December 2017, but I decided to extend it into the 2018 because I was skipping days. The last picture in the album was taken 7th of February 2018.

During 2017, I made 16854 pictures and turned the camera's internal counter back to the beginning somewhere in July.

I skipped 31 days, meaning a whole month, but I decided to keep going. Initially I wanted every photo to be taken on a different day, but when in May I didn't have enough photos, I decided to use more than one photo from the same day. This turned out to be a good idea, as I stopped having a delay and all the photos in an album are from the right month of the year. The albums became related only to the specific month and not to the beginning of the next month too. My best months were March, July and August with only one day skipped and my worst month was January with 5.

My most exploited topics were the city, sky, interiors, through my window, animals, lamps and artwork. Many shots were objects from my house and they were usually taken when I didn't have anything better to photograph. On some days there were other things to do besides chasing a good shot around town. Most of the year I did the same things and walked the same streets so finding something of interest was a challenge. However, now when I take a look at all those pictures in an album, there is very much to see.

I avoided people and images that are too personal. I wanted to keep my things to myself. Pictures can reveal many things about how, where and with who I spend my time with and this is not what the project was about. The only subject that I needed to include was my best friend, neighbor and photography buddy who I spend much of my time with (usually with the camera).

Selection was the trickiest part of the project. On some days I had several hundred photos and on some only one or two. Meaning, there were really great photos I took that couldn't enter the project, and the really bad ones that entered because there was no other choice. But the value of this kind of project is not the quality of photos taken, it's the process of photographing through time. Many invisible moments appeared. Going through the piles of photos I took, I see a very good fraction of what was life in 2017. Not only mine, but the life in general. The life that is usually forgotten as soon as we get distracted by something big and important.
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