Finding Your True North - A 365 Day Photo Project

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Finding Your True North – A 365 Day Photo Project

  1. Sarah Chase says:

    I started one this year, but I quickly lost the drive. I still took a TON of pictures this year, but there were many days where I didn’t have a camera in my hand. I look back now and realize that I was going about it all wrong- I was looking for posed shots, setting up scenes, blah blah blah- it was a lot of work! Getting back into this style lately has been so freeing to me, and I really want to give it another try- from a documenting perspective. January 1st will be attempt #2! <3

  2. Marie Masse says:

    Amanda K. works with Fearless and Framed. I sent her the link to this post so she could get is scheduled for publishing. She wanted to share her thoughts, but was afraid it was biased since she works so closely with the company. I told her I’m sharing it anyway 🙂

    “On the verge of launching a photography business rooted in storytelling, I often lose my confidence. Why would people want to pay me? I should really know it ALL before I charge anyone. Failure is so not my style. I hope the clients are happy with the gallery. But then I pop over to the latest Fearless and Framed post and I’m telling you I feel like I can do it. This type of imperfectly perfect photography is important. It may not be all over Pinterest, but it is all over the hearts of the client’s viewing their galleries. Thank you, Marie and your new venture for inspiring and building confidence in us newbies.”

  3. Gina says:

    This is a brilliant post. The dramatic change in your photography is wonderful of you to share. In addition to learning new skills, did you upgrade equipment in that time? If so, what’s “in your bag” now as opposed to then?

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