GALLERY: Soham resident celebrates life through a lens every day for two years
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WHEN Barbara Landamore was recommended by a friend to try a photo blogging platform, she looked at the website, liked what she saw and signed up.
That was 730 days ago - and she hasn’t missed a day since.
Barbara, 42, from Soham, has uploaded a picture to Blipfoto every day for the last 730 days.
They range from pictures of friends and family to wildlife, landscapes and close-up shots of flowers.
Barbara, a laboratory technician at Cambridge University, said: “Before joining Blip, I took photos but not on a daily basis.
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“Since taking a daily picture I have learnt many new photography skills and how to use my camera, instead on just using the main setting.
“I now see pictures everywhere, sometimes its frustrating if your camera is not to hand.
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“I am inspired to take a daily picture by the world around me. So naturally they mostly involve my children. I have captured many special moments.”
Blipfoto is based on uploading just one new photo - taken that very day - to your journal. Many people do so every day, while others upload photos as often as they can.
‘Blippers’ include photography enthusiasts, students, young mums, retirees, sea captains, chefs, foodies, birders, journal keepers, singers, authors, media correspondents, charity workers and politicians.
To find out more, visit www.blipfoto.com