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March of Film

March of Film

March of Film starts tomorrow – If you’ve ever wanted to learn or develop your photography, this could be your chance. I’ve chatted a bit about film photography before on my blog and this is the next chapter.

What is it?March of Film

March of film is a theme-based project with two simple goals: To spark creativity and to keep film alive. The concept is pretty straight forward, on the 1st of March (Tomorrow) they will publish 31 themes on their website. Then over the course of the month you can choose one or as many as you’d like to do. Then grab a film camera and a roll of film and go shoot and experiment!

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Back at the starting line…

Back at the starting line…

Hey all,

I’ve been away for a while, first Christmas then the dreaded exam season, sorry not sorry.

If you are reading this, that means I am back and posting. Over the past week or so I’ve had my first chance to sit down, reflect and plan. I’ve had a chance to decide what I want 2015 to be for me in terms of resolutions, projects, dreams etc.

Most of what I’m writing about today is related to this blog, in the future I have a business venture / exciting challenge that I want to embark on and you’ll hear about that on a later date (#staytuned).

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Try something new for 30 days

So roughly a month ago I saw TED talk entitled ‘Try something new for 30 days’ – Here is said talk:

As I mentioned in my previous post since getting to university I have been all for trying new things, but when there’s so much to try and plenty of work / revision to be getting on with. It’s easy to forgot to try new things and you end up slipping into the same old mundane routine. The approach that Matt puts forward is that the changes don’t need to be anything massive, just something simple to start off with, especially as it’s only going to be for a month. What is important is to choose a positive task that is small, repeatable and takes no more that 15 minutes of the day.

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