To those of you who followed me as I undertook my Project 365 photo challenge of Ottawa, I would like to thank you for being part of the adventure and supporting me over the course of what turned out to be an amazing year of discovery.
Now that the project is complete, I have begun designing the photo book I had envisioned at the start of this project. With your help, I hope to make this book a reality in the coming months.
After almost three years of living in Ottawa, I realized in July 2012 that I barely knew this city. Having recently rediscovered my passion for photography, I set out to explore, photograph and share a new Ottawa scene every day for a year. Thus Ottawa Seen 365 Ways in 365 Days was born. The only rule:
"Each photograph had to be taken from a different location so I could discover everything Ottawa had to offer."
From local landmarks to street art, festivals, culture and food, I set out to understand and capture through photography the reasons why so many people I knew loved the city of Ottawa.
All Project 365 photographs can be found here:
Ottawa Seen 365 Ways in 365 Days photo book: This 8x10 softcover book will contain 60 to 70 pages of my favourite photographs captured over the course of my year of exploring Ottawa.
Prints: All prints in the video slideshow as well as the 365 photographs captured as part of this project will be available in various sizes as part of this Kickstarter campaign. To order a print, simply choose a pledge option that includes this option.
Canvas: As part of this Kickstarter campaign, I am also offering a limited number of 32” x 18” canvas prints of my favourite Project 365 photographs (See photo bellow). Canvases of this size will be exclusive to this Kickstarter campaign and will not be printed again.
Limited Edition 2013 Ottawa Christmas Lights Photo Book:
For those of you who followed my 2013 Ottawa Christmas Lights Project, a 20-page softcover photo book is also available as part of this Kickstarter campaign. This book is part of certain pledge packages but will not be made available as an individual reward.
You can find all the Christmas photos here: http://ottawastart.blogspot.ca/search/label/lights.
If you have questions about any of the rewards, do not hesitate to ask.
Risks and challenges
The biggest challenge with the project is being able to meet the delivery deadline. As all photographs have already been captured, there is little risk of photo book design being delayed. There is however a risk that issues arise during the printing stage, should the company selected have challenges producing high-quality work in a timely manner.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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