5 Tips for a More Successful 365 Project

One of the biggest trends on flickr is to start a 365 Project. This usually means taking one self-portrait a day for an entire year. This project is often misunderstood by those outside of flickr, especially since they’re used to the selfie-culture of MySpace and Facebook. It’s not a vanity project. A 365 Project is …

Top 200 Photos: #137

Another 365 entry for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #137 is: I got this idea during the swine flu epidemic. I’d heard that some people in less-educated countries were afraid that you could actually catch the swine flu from pigs. The truth was a bit more complicated – the original strain that could infect humans …

Top 200 Photos: #143

Back to the 365 Project for this Top 200 Photo. photo #143 is: Nearly everyone who does a 365 photo project ends up doing an interpretation of the Seven Deadly Sins. It tends to be really fun to figure out how to depict it. Most people never do the Seven Virtues. This was my depiction …

Top 200 Photos: #190

Here’s the latest Top 200 Photos entry. photo #190 is: This is from my 365 project where I had to take one self-portrait a day. In my quest to think of creative subject matter, I went with modern versions of scenes from the Bible. Here I am Adam, eating the fruit that Eve gave me. …

I can’t believe it’s almost over!

I’m writing this post two days before my 365 project ends.  It will be published morning upon which I will take my last photo.  I decided to end it with an eight-part story.  You can start here and follow the photos in the set “The Dark Assignment” which should be open on the right.  (Better than …

365 Graph

Today I worked on a python program to create a graph of the views of all my photos in my 365 Project set. Here’s the result:  (click for full size) I was curious how they stacked up and I wanted to see if I could detect any patterns.  Except for a few outliers, they’re mostly …