REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, December 31, 2012

Project52 Completed!

For a second year, I participated in a Project 52:  one chosen photo per week.   It wasn't always my favorite of the week, but I stayed within the 7-day window for each one.  As soon as I completed Week 52, I ordered a 12x12 book of the photos from Shutterfly.com. Although the photos are not arranged chronologically inside the book, the front cover features Week 1 and the back cover is Week 52.  I am a great believer in printing my favorite photos, and ordering a photo book is one of the best ways possible! (I know there are other publishers, but I'm comfortable with Shutterfly, especially when they have 40% off!  In this case, I got 40% off on the large hardback book plus 30% off for an order over a certain amount.)  All my photos are on my Flickr Pro photostream.






10 comments:

Tricia Hays said...

I'll be back to read your post, but please swing by... Immediate Prayers Needed

TexWisGirl said...

really nice, evelyn. a great keepsake.

bailey-road.com said...

Congratulations on completing Project 52! The photo book looks beautiful. What a sense of accomplishment that must bring!

Daryl E said...

awesome idea .. i may try it in 2013 .. happy new year

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

That's a really wonderful idea! I did that with P/365, choosing my favorites. You captured some amazing images. This will make a beautiful keepsake for your family for generations to come! Congrats!

Candy C. said...

What a neat way to enjoy your photos from the year! :)

ClickNCamera said...

This is a cool idea and inspirational to us newbies! Wonder if I could be that dedicated? Happy new year!

Ida said...

Congrats on completing this project. You did an awesome job and the book is very cool. Looking forward to your photos in 2013 - Happy New Year!

Lisa Gordon said...

Congratulations, and what a beautiful book!

I feel so fortunate to have met you here, and I wish you all wonderful things in 2013.

xo.

Nancy Claeys said...

Love this book Ev. I did one of my first year of barns -- but it was alot of work, so I'm not up to doing it again so soon. :)