From the 1st January through to the 31st December 2013 I undertook my biggest photography challenge to date.
One photo a day, every day, for a year.
When I started, I'd only been taking photography seriously for about 18 months - I wanted something to kickstart my creativity. I wanted to set myself a challenge that would help me to grow my skills and improve my photography. I wanted to keep the quality as high as I possibly could, push myself to photograph things I normally wouldn't and in ways I previously couldn't. Realistically I couldn't do this every day but I wanted to try. The other goal I set myself was to publish the results - good or bad - on the internet and to try to join more photographic communities.
It was easily the most challenging and most rewarding photography project I've completed. I can definitely recommend doing a project like this if you are looking something to spark your inspiration and drive your photography.
In no particular order, I've collected together my favourite 50 images below. Some have a story, some are just nice to look at. I hope you enjoy them.
You can see the whole proejct over on my Flickr album.