After almost two months of doing Photo-a-Day, here are ten things I've learned:
1. I am embarrassed to take photos in public.
2. Your flash is not always evil.
3. I need to have my eyes checked (or my manual focus is broken, I think it's the former rather than the latter).
4. I think like a scrapbooker and not a photographer. (I think about the story I'm going to tell about the photograph rather than the story the photograph is going to tell.)
5. Not editing my photos is killing me!
6. My camera is not as delicate as I thought.
7. I am using one sixteenth of my camera's cool features (if that).
8. The lighting in my apartment stinks.
9. Have I mentioned that I'm embarrassed to take photos in public?
10. Know that I was going to upload the photos to the internet has definitely made me censor myself (unflattering pics of people or taking photos of other people's kids, etc.).
How about you? Have you taken the challenge? How are you doing?