When I decided at the beginning of the year that I wanted to spend more time focusing on photography, I wasn't just deciding on a resolution for the New Year, but actually setting some goals for myself. I wanted to continue developing my skills with my Nikon DSLR, and I also wanted to start seeing the world from a more 'photographic view'. While I brushed up on my manual for part 1 of my goals, I decided to join the January photo a day challenge on Instagram to help me get started on part 2.
Some of my images from the month:
 day 5- something you wore  day 4- letterbox  day 8- your sky  day 9- daily routine  day 10- childhood  day 14- something you're reading  day 16- morning  day 17- water  day 18- something you bought  day 19- sweet  day 20- someone you love  day 21- reflection  day 22- your shoes  day 23- something old  day 26- colors  day 27- lunch
While I don't own an iPhone which boasts an impressive 8 megapixels, my 0.63 megapixel iPod touch gets the job done just fine. I like having an intended image to capture each day. Thirty days later, I'm already seeing a difference in the way I look at everyday items. Instead of seeing fruit in a basket while I grocery shop, I'm seeing a future cropped, lightly focused imaged. Seems my 0.63 megapixel challenge is just the tool for helping me reach my goal!
Follow me on Instagram to see my February photo a day challenge!