Saturday, January 1, 2011

2010 portfolio & 2011 plan

 my new years resolution/goal this year is to make a photo a week.  
ideally they will be creatively and technically challenging - no snapshots allowed.  
sometimes portraits, sometimes still life, but once a week i have to produce something that i'm proud of. (my standards are getting higher for myself)
i'm excited for how much it will help me grow as a photographer. 
if there's anything you'd like to see, or if you have a challenge for me, please share.
and hey - it means you'll get at least a blog post a week from me! ;)
here are the best of 2010:

do you have any goals this year?
  happy 2011!


  1. What a brilliant goal!! These photos are lovely, happy new year!
    From Carys of La Ville Inconnue

  2. Some greats in there. I particularly like #'s 3, 12 and 18. Hope you keep up with this. I much prefer digesting one photo at a time. ;-)

  3. You took a lot of really great great pictures this year. I am hoping by the end of 2011 I will be able to see a significant improvement in my photography.

  4. I love your naturally beauties. The over airbrushing of skin these days drives me crazy. They way you do it looks much better.

  5. wow I love them all!!! esp the macaron and button ones

  6. thank you all for the compliments!
    and nena, i am also a hater of over-photoshopping. it's that kind of plastic artificial standard that gives people hang-ups.
    i only retouch what isn't normally there (temporary pimples, etc) and sometimes soften the skin just because digital cameras are so high definition.
    if only magazines thought this way.

  7. You should turn that button photo in to Things Organized Neatly. It'd be perfect :)

  8. i absolutely adore your work. there are some great photos in this post. i love the 9th image. the light in it makes me swoon.
    thanks for your kind comments on my blog. i wish us BOTH "great heights" in 2011. :)

  9. Don't forget about Bry and I when you become famous!! :D

  10. This is a great idea! I love your photography and can't wait to see how it grows over this next year! This "challenge" has inspired me to try to do a project 52 of my own!


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