With a 365 the photographer publicly takes the responsibility of taking and publishing one shot each of the 365 days which make a year. It’s a tough project, which forces consistency and dedication.
I wanted my 365 to be like a diary of my life and my ideas, so I needed a camera to always bring along, wherever I had to go, whatever I had to do. It wasn’t easy since quality and compactness are not exactly synonymous in digital photography.
Finally, for my thirty-third birthday I bought myself a Sony NEX-7, a great little professional system. With it I started my own 365 project (actually a 365+1 project, since 2012 is a leap year), which will end when I turn 34. I made the rule that every picture in the project must be taken with the NEX-7. Each photo gets published along with a short story on the project blog.

15 Feb

4/365(+1), a photo by Luca Rossini on Flickr. Lens: Minolta AF 50mm f1.4 Camera: NEX-7, ISO 400, f2, 1/50, high contrast monochrome My best friend Michele bought me for my birthday the Lomokino package from the Lomography Society¬† online shop. It arrived today. It is composed by the Lomokino (an analogue 35mm film video camera), […]