Index page of Time Magazine. This was my first photo of the day for 2012. Yes, I’m back on the 365 (or 366 since it’s leap year) bandwagon! After my fall fail at the project, I’m positive that I’m going to enjoy this revised version of a photo-a-day because I’m only using my iPhone camera. I’m also using a few apps to make things easier and more fun:
Photo 365. I got this app after Steph shared it as a pick of the week on episode 18 of The Digi Show. She also wrote a great post about how she’s using the app for the project and she has really inspired me!
Snapseed. I have this installed on my iPhone and my iPad. It really an incredible app and it was my pick of the week on episode 19 of The Digi Show. I have a ton of other photography apps, but I use this one all the time.
Flickit. I’m using the free version and I’m really happy with it. You can actually upload to Flickr using the 2 apps I just talked about, but this is my preferred app for Flickr loading because I feel like I have more control over the visibility, tags, & descriptions.
I’m also sharing my photos online at Flickr in a set dedicated to my Phone Photo of the Day as well as posting them in Katrina Kennedy’s Capture Your 365 Flickr group. I really love that I can do all of these things from my phone. That means I have no excuses to fall behind, I can even post photos on the go! In fact, I’ve been doing that for the last few days since I was visiting my family in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I can tell you that this is a very doable approach for Project 365!
phone photo of the day for January 2, 2012 – taken in the Albuquerque airport.
Here’s proof that I can actually do this…
I decided to practice in December by taking a phone photo every day. It was fun and easy to do. Yay for apps!
It seems that a lot of people are trying the 365 project this year using their phone as well. I’d love to know if any of you are doing the photo-a-day thing in 2012.