2014 was a great year of photography! I made a concentrated effort to learn how to use my camera & I completely fell in love with the process of capturing images through my lens. No surprise there- since I was a little girl, I've loved snapping pictures, scrapbooking & flipping through old family albums so I could hear all the old stories from anyone ready to share. I see my children doing the same with our albums & it warms my heart.
I shared my goals last year in this post. I completed some & failed in others. That's okay! It's time to list my photography goals for 2015:
1. Grow creatively. I spent all of 2014 focusing on the technical aspects of photography. It was intense & fun but now I want to start finding my style & moving beyond just snapshots.
3. Edit & print pictures. Try to spend at least 15 minutes a day editing. I want to print pictures once a month. (See goal #4.)
4. Catch up with albums! Try to spend at least 15 minutes a day working on albums. Eric wants me to scrapbook once a month. My goal is finish all baby albums & print out blog books. It would be great to start childhood albums. (I had this goal last year & failed a few months in.)
5. Continue learning via education. CM workshops & breakout, plus a possible mentorship (eeekk!) with the amazing Elizabeth Blank, who took our family pictures!