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Starting A Photography Project

Nikon have got some great tips on their website on starting a photography project this year.

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January is a fantastic time to take on a photography project and make it stick for the rest of the year. There are many options available and of course these can be adjusted according to your own personal preferences too. 

Nikon has put together a really helpful article when it comes to thinking about photography projects, taking in time-based projects, subject-based projects and technique projects to give you some really good ideas as a starting point.

Time based projects might see you taking images daily, weekly or monthly, while subject-based projects might involve you choosing one colour, one location or one object to photograph. Technique projects can really help you hone in your skills, and include things like only using the manual setting on your camera or only shooting in black and white.

No matter what Nikon lens you have, be it a kit lens or a zoom, fixed focal length or fisheye, you can have a go at a photo project. You could even make sticking to one lens the theme of it.  

Take a look at the article and get inspired today on the Nikon website.

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