67 Days of 365

©2015 Casey Clough 365:40

Time to look back

365:64 An outtake from a "real" shoot.

365:64 An outtake from a “real” shoot.

The 365 project has become part of my routine now, and I’ve even forgotten about it a time or two. The alarm I have set on my phone goes by unnoticed, and then it’s almost midnight and I am shooting something, anything.

I haven’t moved away from the iphone, in fact I have probably used it more. The best camera is the one you have with you, after all.

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365:56

I’m starting to find some direction in my work that I want to pursue seriously for the at least the rest of the semester, and I am not sure yet how that will ed up fitting in the daily photo project, but I hope it will. The project is making me think of photography every single day, even when I don’t want to, don’t feel like seeing, don’t feel like editing, just Don’t Wanna.

I play lazy some days and use photos from a shoot I was doing for something else. I’ve a time or two posted an image I didn’t like or care for at all, just to have it done. I still have some catching up to do.

I guess it is going like a 365 project that has a person involved in it. I still don’t know how those people who put together amazing conceptual self-portrait 365 projects do it.

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365:54

Maybe they shoot huge volumes on the weekend and edit and post through the week.

Goals for the coming month-ish? Still fewer stinkers. Less laziness. More color. Wrap the project into the body of work I am pursuing. Figure out how to best put lots of

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365:63

images into a blog post without going completely bonkers because WordPress themes are design to squash doing anything differently at all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Stinker Award: posted large so I can’t hide.

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365:62

Yep. The laziest, most awful thing I posted this month, just to get something up. There is no redeeming value to this image, but goddammit, something got posted. I’ve come to a decision about the profanity in my “professional” online life, by default. I curse. I won’t curse in an interview or around clients unless I know they’re okay with it, but I just will curse. Truth in advertising.

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