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365 Photos for 365 Days

Looking into Mexico through the U.S.-Mexico border fence on the beach at Border Field State Park. Photo credit: Israel Castillo.
Looking into Mexico through the U.S.-Mexico border fence on the beach at Border Field State Park. Photo credit: Israel Castillo.
San Diego photographer Israel Castillo took a picture with his iPhone every day in 2013 as part of the 365 Photo Project.

With the help of a Kickstarter campaign, his pictures taken across San Diego will be on display Feb. 1-14 at La Bodega Studios and Gallery in San Diego.

The British newspaper The Daily Mail recently published a collection of Castillio's work from the project.

The dedication needed to look for a photo worth taking every day made for good practice, but, even as a photographer, pushed him to look for and find good pictures he wouldn't have found otherwise. 

"It challenged me to explore and see life around me," Castillo said. "I'm a light chaser and I found most of my images between 3-7 depending on the time of year and when the good light was around."

To see more of Castillo's work visit his Instagram page or website.

If you planning to do your own 365 project in 2014 here are 11 tips to help you succeed.

Have you or would you consider doing a long term photo project like the Photo 365 Project? Share in comments.

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