365: Are You Pointed in the Right Direction for 2012…

Themed 365 Project

I’m gathering my thoughts as I write in an attempt to set some goals in all facets of my life.

What about you? Do you have any photography goals you’d like to share with us? Maybe we can help you reach those goals!


10 thoughts on “365: Are You Pointed in the Right Direction for 2012…

  1. I have really enjoyed following your year in pictures…I have learned so much from your blog and am always in awe of your incredible work. Looking forward to more in 2012! Happy New Year, my friend! 🙂

  2. Hey, Mike. This reminds me of a ship’s prow. I’ve really enjoyed your blog this year and your HDR pointers (I still have a lot to learn!). Hope to see you in 2012…I’ve signed on for the 52-week variety next year.

    All the best in the New Year!

  3. My goals are:
    -to learn to use my new D-SLR effectively
    -to spend time honing skills to make the best photos I can out of the opportunities that three years of 365 challenges have shown me I have.

  4. I thought the paring of your photo and the title was very clever! I just want to become well versed with using my DSLR and complete the 366 Photo Challenge. I know my second goal is going to be challenging, but I am up for it. :o)

  5. That is quite an interesting piece of architecture; it has an almost organic feel to it. I like the perspective you took and the perfect symmetry.

    I’m also in process of setting some goals for the year. This is the first time I’ve felt like doing that – usually I just blunder on. I hope to have more direction from here out.

  6. Living in Monmouth County, I have enjoyed visiting your blog from time to time last year. Along with the wonderful natural quality of your HDR’s, I am always interested in studying the way you compose your shots. Composition is something I hope to improve during 2012!

  7. I’ve really enjoyed the journey with you these last few years. I likely will keep blundering on, although I do have some vague goals.

    Happy New Year to you and your family.

    1. Thanks Ellen, I hope to be able to visit your blogs more often this year as I plan on posting fewer pictures but better quality and more tutorials for all to learn.

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