Learning to take better photos doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a skill and an art that you learn over time. Taking a photo per day will get you better results as a photographer than taking photos only on special occasions or when you feel inspired to do so. One major difference between amateur and professional photographers is that the latter takes lots more photos so as to get one or two good ones.
Committing to shooting a photo a day will encourage you to look at everything as a potential photograph. You will want to take your camera with you nearly everywhere you go so that you don’t miss a photo opportunity.
Maybe I’ll start on my birthday in a month. That should give me time to decide on a good theme…
I’ve recently had to think about logo creation for a project I’m working on, and it’s a lot harder than I would have thought. Logos seem so simple, but from a design perspective that makes it harder. How do I convey a whole set of ideas through a few simple words that may or may not include an image?
For inspiration I checked out MycroBurst, a site that crowd sources logo creation. Here are a few of my favorites: