A Year of One a Days
August 28, 2007-August 27, 2008
by L. Lee McIntyre
About the Book
Taking at least one picture each day, and choosing a picture as the day's best image. That was the goal of the One a Day project.
Starting on August 28, 2007, and for the 365 days that followed, the author took pictures everyday, rain or shine, at home after work, at night while on travel for business, and at vacation spots around the world.
What began as a way to discover the capabilities of new camera equipment turned into an exploration of themes and places, experiments and new ideas. This book chronicles that One a Day year-long experience.
L. Lee McIntyre is an American freelance author, photographer, photography educator, and usability consultant. Her work on Blurb represents both her personal works, as well as projects done in collaboration with others, including the Spanish poet Maribel Hernández del Rincón and the digital artist and photographer Christopher Culy.