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Project 366/2012 – A Year In Review

Posted by Caz on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

So another year has drawn to a conclusion. Here’s my review of my 2012 Year In Pictures.

A few Statistics

For those of you that like numbers, here are some stats:

Pictures made at home: 89/366 = 24.3%
Pictures made within 5 miles of home: 90/366 = 24.6%
Pictures made further away: 187/366 = 51.1%

Pictures made with Canon G12 Compact: 44/366 = 12.0%
Pictures made with Panasonic GF1 Compact: 120/366 = 32.8%
Pictures made with DSLR (Canon EOS 7D): 202/366 = 55.3%

Compared to last year, I made more pictures further from home in 2012, and used the 7D a bit less, but with the addition of the G12 which largely took up the slack.

And in case you care, here are my favourite and least favourite shots from each month:

Month Fave Least Fave
January Day #1472 – Crown Jewels Day #1482 – Fastening
February Day #1511 – Brick Lane Bro’s Day #1504 – Blue Hue
March Day #1533 – Ribbon Visits The Toffee Factory Day #1541 – Medreich
April Day #1573 – Mind The Gap – Revisited Day #1570 – Dreary View
May Day #1590 – Face Down May Day #1608 – Ceanothus
June Day #1629 – Don’t Play With Fire Day #1617 – Thinking Outside The Box
July Day #1666 – Royal Victoria Docks Day #1674 – In The Pipeline
August Day #1681 – The Bolt Of Lightning Day #1690 – Blueberry Shake
September Day #1718 – Torii Tunnel Day #1728 – View From The 10th **
October Day #1748 – Walls Have Eyes Day #1755 – Creepy
November Day #1777 – Purple & Pink Splash Day #1776 – A Mother’s Love
December Day #1808 – In The Blink Of An Eye * Day #1812 – Tappety Tap

* Pic of the Year: Day #1808 – In The  Blink Of An Eye
Day #1808

** Dud of the Year: Day #1728 – View From The 10th
Day #1728

Final Thoughts

I’m very pleased with 2012’s images. I think it’s without a doubt the best year I’ve had so far. I’ve visited some fantastic places which have given me great photographic opportunities. But I’ve also experimented more at home, trying out new things such as better water drops and light painting. Once again, it’s been a great learning experience.

Of course, I’m not stopping during 2013. It’s just as addictive as always ;-)