Instagram 365 Challenge Week 6 Round Up :)

A resolution of mine this year is that in addition to showing my regular business/work portraits, I’m also going to attempt to do a 365 of my “real life” images as well… I want to challenge myself to create good portraits with no special props, locations or photoshopping.

When I started this on Jan. 1, some friends and followers asked if they too could join in and I thought it would be fun. The one basic rule is it’s a photograph a day, describing your life, taken with a camera phone.

I’m not going to feel like a failure if I don’t get all 365 and you shouldn’t either. I think it would be a huge win just to document ALMOST everyday for a year. That would be about a 300 day improvement over last year so I figure it’s still a huge step in the right direction!



Feb. 5, 2015

Every pic I take of these two is like a game of “caption this”… True characters!! 36/365


Feb. 8, 2015

Night Reading.
This would have been a better shot in my mind had my boy not been talking, but I am blessed with boys who express themselves constantly. I hope that continues as we move into their teenage years. 38/365.


Feb. 10, 2015

My husband checking out a portrait. I love visiting this store. 40/365


Feb. 11, 2015

I’m a little behind on my iPhone 365 project, and frankly, that’s largely due to baseball. Heck, I’m sitting at a baseball practice as I type this. Lately, if I’m not shooting or editing, I’m at a practice or game. Let me take a second to compliment the people who volunteer their time to make it possible for kids to experience extra-curricular activities: You are providing a huge community service and making a real difference in kid’s lives. Thank you! ️(ps… This ball literally came RIGHT at my camera and I called it quits after this pic, lol!!!) 41/365

#JD 365 Image Pool Spotlights

In addition to my own 365 project, I want to include some lovely moments from others “playing along” and adding their work to the community under the hashtag #JD365Project. Please be sure to give them some love and consider adding YOUR best “everyday” images captured with your camera phone (only) to our image pool. It’s NEVER too late to join.


© Image from Judith Krasinski, to be followed at:


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© Image from Siw Aina Strømøy, to be followed at:


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