Friday, 7 January 2011

Congratulations Tyla'75!

Congratulations to Tyla, who has been participating in a 365 Project for the last three years and has just begun her fourth project. Tyla's stream is full of great portraits and self-portraits. Tyla has experimented with lots of different styles of photography and her photos contain beautiful light and color. Her stream is well worth a visit, be sure to check her photos out!

What inspired you to begin your 365 Project?
I started off my original 365 looking for a reason to start shooting and wanting to improve my photography. It's now been three years and I can't believe how much I have learnt.

33. One Day At A Time "In a city this size, every year people disappear."

How would you describe your photography in just a few words?
I am still looking for my own style but I am more focused on putting emotions and feelings into my photos. Trying to show how I feel.

What surprised you the most about doing the 365 project?
I am surprised how much I have learnt in all those years. And the urge to take pictures and share stories is still growing.

11. One Day At A Time "How do I tell thee..."

What did you learn during the course of your project?
I've gone from no idea about Photoshop and cameras to being a confident user of SLR and giving people advice on their gear. There's still a lot to learn though.

Do you have an interesting story about taking one of your 365 photos that you would like to share?
Every photo has a story so it'd be difficult to pick one. A lot of photos from year 3 are full of emotions of heartbreak. It was a difficult year for me.

54. One Day At A Time "For after all, the best thing one can do when it is raining is let it rain."

What are your future photography plans?
I am continuing with my 365 into year 4 and planning on learning more and more about using strobes.


  1. This is so awesome!!! Love the read! And I love Tyla!!

  2. Good to see some background in this very short interview.. Keep it going tyla

  3. Fab to read this Tyla, an excellent photographer and great inspiration