The common advice for new and aspiring photographers is to take as many photographs as you possibly can – every day of the week if possible. For many, that means starting on a photo-a-day or 365 project. This is wonderful advice, but I don't necessarily believe that it is limited to beginners only. Even professionals can benefit from something like a photo-a-day project. Especially professionals, since I think that the tendency to become involved in the business side of photography means that we don't always make time to create images each day.
The best part about photo-a-day projects (aside from the ability to polish your skills even further) is that they don’t need to be a yearlong commitment. And, you don't need to wait until January 1 to start your project. You can...
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