I mostly remember it being very cold outside and spending a lot of time in restaurants trying to stay warm (and spending time with our friend Carter, of course!). So this is more of a documentary record rather than an attempt at any sort of artistic imagery. No cropping/level adjustment; just a simple conversion to JPEG. What you shoot is what you get.
Shooting outdoors is tricky these days as I only have a few minutes before I stop feeling my hands.
Not only did I fail to shoot in RAW, but I also accidentally saved two edits to the JPEG. Here is the greatest challenge of the project for me so far — to shoot daily without slipping into the mundate, to still produce compelling images.
So, having read this post about a 365-day photo project, I’ve decided to start one of my own. I won’t be writing much in these posts, just a short description.
I took a walk to the plant I will be interpreting next week. Here is the snowy University Avenue.