I asked a few photographers, employees, and customers/blog readers what their new years resolutions were as far as their photography goes, and here's what they had to say...
* "I need to finally upgrade my equipment- I've been saving for a very long time to do just this."
* "Shoot more film, quality not quantity."
* "There's a few local spots I want to photograph again digitally, since the last time I was there I shot film, and a few places I have never been that I want to photograph as well."
* "Do more shooting! Shoot with "prime" lenses, take just one (non-zoom) lens with me, so I can think more on my subject."
* "I resolve to scan some slides this year. Oh but first, I resolve to buy a scanner."
* "I'd like to trade up my kit lens for a better one and start learning and using an external flash."
* "My resolution may sound simple but its just to work on my metering. This is by far my weakest point and I'd like to improve in that area."
* Everyone I asked seemed to have one thing to say. When I sat down to write down my "photo resolution list", it was enormous! So, here's a part of my personal list... to finish my new website, donate my photo skills to a charity, schedule new workshops for 2011, learn/experiment with a camera I've never shot with before, go back to basics for a month- shoot with an all manual camera and film, view at least 3 photo exhibits in person, come up with new and exciting blog topics for the KEH blog, update/replace my point and shoot camera.
What are your photo resolutions for 2011? I'd love to hear!