Ali Edward’s has a great post about this project today with lots of helpful information for getting started and staying on track. Like last year, I will be using the daily sheets to fill in details about my days. I find it easiest to print the 8.5×11 version with two pages per sheet, so the data for one day is on a whole sheet of paper. I fold the page in half and carry it around with me in my purse to take notes.
I rent lenses from BorrowLenses.com and wanted to take advantage of a recent promotion. I decided to try out the mirroless FujiX100S with the fixed 23mm f/2 lens. It just so happens this coincides with WITL week, so I am hoping to carry this camera around with me to get a different perspective than just iPhone shots. Although, I am totally ok with just using my iPhone if that’s what works easiest.
I have found when doing any of these projects or challenges, making it work to my style and what I actually have time for is best. I’m hoping to share some of last year’s layouts on the blog soon and some more thoughts on this project.
Be sure to check out Ali Edward’s blog for more information and sign-up for the free classroom!