One year, one camera, one lens
Asked how to become a great photographer, a great photographer once said, "Don't let anybody see your bad photos." Yet more good advice I'm going to ignore. Quantity, as much as quality, is what counts in this game. Shoot black & white for at least five minutes a day every day for a year with the X100s; set the exposure manually; and view the subject optically through plain glass instead of digitally. And no cropping. Such is the regimen to which I am committed. Stay tuned for lots of cat pictures.
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