06 January 2015
New Year’s (Photographic) Resolutions
How many of us have made New Year’s Resolutions? And how many of us will stick with them? If you have any interesting photographic resolutions, plans or ambitions for 2015 let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we get enough, we’ll put a column in our next edition of Capital Interest ... and we’ll be in touch again in 2016 to see if you kept them!
Meanwhile, here are some from the London Team.
Roger Kelly: “Gone 'retro' style with my Xmas Selfie (that's a pressie to self!) My Fuji X100T, in the New Year, will be used only in manual exposure control and with manual focus with the new electronic 'rangefinder' through the optical viewfinder. Not sure how long it’s gonna last!”
Norman Smith LRPS: “A photo a day” and “to not buy any more equipment until I have used everything that I already have”. [One for all of us methinks! Ed.]
Del Barrett ARPS: “I’ve just ordered a selfie stick, not because I want to bombard Facebook with thousands of pix of me in front of Big Ben, but because I want to do a lot more with my iPhone this year. There have been some awesome iPhone pix on Bleeding London and I want to be a part of it!”
Image: New Year's Day © Del Barrett ARPS