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    5 Years In The Life Of Clay Stewart

    I set out, a little over five years ago, to take a camera with me everywhere and shoot pictures everyday, for a period of five years. The plan was to shoot only RAW and use only ACR to develop, in order to keep things simple, as I still needed time to work, eat, sleep and shower. I think I did that, except for a few times when I used a point and shoot that shot only JPEG. However, I still opened them in ACR for development.

    I put this in the Micro 4/3 forum, because that is what I've been using mostly, for the past year.

    Year one: http://www.pbase.com/claystewart/photo_a_day&page=1

    Year two: http://www.pbase.com/claystewart/photo_a_day&page=2

    Year three: http://www.pbase.com/claystewart/photo_a_day&page=3

    Year four: http://www.pbase.com/claystewart/photo_a_day&page=4

    Year five: http://www.pbase.com/claystewart/photo_a_day&page=5

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    Re: 5 Years In The Life Of Clay Stewart

    What a project, Clay !
    This puts "picture a day" shoots into a whole other perspective

    I haven't had time to look at them in detail, but what I saw looks very very tempting ....

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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/f6cvalk...th/9226689839/

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    Re: 5 Years In The Life Of Clay Stewart

    Powerful project - and wonderful images

    Keith

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    Re: 5 Years In The Life Of Clay Stewart

    Thanks Rafael and Keith.

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    Re: 5 Years In The Life Of Clay Stewart

    I forgot to mention that almost everything was done with a 50 mm or equivalent lens, for the first few years

    With M4/3 I used the 20 1.7 almost exclusively.

    There was a time with Ricoh and Nikon, that I dabbled with 28 mm or equivalent too. I could easily get along with those two focal lengths (28 and 50). However, 40 mm is an interesting focal length, that I've made do with because of the size of the camera lens combo. Size is something that has always been a factor, when carrying a camera with me everywhere.

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