New Year, New Blog

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I’ve always been big on setting New Year’s resolutions… some years I actually keep them.

Last year, I was hugely successful in keeping my resolution.  I decided at the outset of 2013 that I was going to do a Photography Project 365, whereby I committed to taking at least one photo a day all year long.  Yes, folks.   All.   Year.   Long.  That’s 365 days of unwavering dedication.  And I’m happy to report that I actually did it!  [Cue crowd roaring in background.]  The experience was amazing – a fabulous combination of learning, creativity and growth, with just a touch of tedium and frustration to keep things real. Feel free to take a peek at my Project 365 over on my personal blog.

As I quoted in the final post of my Project 365, ‘every end should be followed by a great new beginning’, and with that in mind I have resolved to set another lofty goal for myself this year.  Riding on the success of my personal blog, I’ve decided to start this new blog, which will be directly tied to my photography business, Studio B Photography.   Here you will find thoughts, tips and other ramblings about photography, as well as selected photos from my photography business.  This blog will be geared towards anyone looking to get more from their own photography – whether you shoot with a fancy DSLR, a simple point-and-shoot, or (*gasp*) your camera phone.

Ever since I became really serious about photography back in 2006, I have had countless teachers, friends, family members, and fellow photographers offer help and support so I could learn and develop my photography skills.  I have simply decided that it is time for me to give back.  This blog is my way of doing so.  I hope you’ll come along on this creative journey with me.

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