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posted by alias Kiara Rose on Friday 21st of September 2012 10:48:00 PM

On August 12th 2011, I came home from work, set up a piece of material, turned on my desk lamp and clicked the shutter. I created this image. I decided at that very moment, that a 365 day project seemed like an ideal way to grow as a photographer. I had no idea what I had gotten myself into. The last year (and 2 months) has been without a doubt, the most difficult and emotional yet rewarding and incredible journey I think any artist, and person, can take. This project put me through blood, sweat, and tears, and it taught me about being an artist, and being a person. That's something that no words could never fully explain. I've been wondering what to write here for a very long time and now, I'm so overwhelmed with happiness and joy that I'm basically speechless. Throughout the course of this project, I fell so deeply in love with photography, that I blocked out every other element of my life and for 5 straight months of the past year, I had no record of anything else other than taking pictures. Not to say that it was the best thing I could've done, but it wasn't the worst either. This past year helped me learn who I am, and what my role is in the world. I want to be a photographer, and only now, can I confidently say that I believe I can make that dream come true. I am fifteen years of age, and I have accomplished something so significant and so huge, I can only imagine what my future holds. For anyone out there, who has joined in and supported me on my journey, I thank you. Not only have you made me a better photographer, but a better person, and that's something that I will always be grateful for. Whether you joined in on my journey from day 1, from day 100, or maybe even from yesterday, I want to say a huge thank you to you, for giving me the confidence and pushing me to continue creating. I've made so many friends in this past year, some who even live hundreds and thousands of miles away, and I had no idea that would even happen when starting this project. To my parents, thank you for putting up with my bad moods when I was uninspired, my messiness when I decided that dirt seemed like an available prop, for tolerating my oddness. To my friends, thank you for being so supportive. I honestly do not think I could've successfully completed this project without the support and constant love you all showed me. To my idols, whom already know who they are. I don't have much to say to you guys, but you inspire me to no end. The 365 day project is terrifying. Anyone who has completed one, will understand that entirely. It isn't something that just anyone can do. I messed up my social life, my grades went all haywire but it's time to get them all back on track. When beginning this, I was a blank canvas; A new artist. Ready to start growing, to learn, to develop, and now, my canvas has been filled, and I am no longer a white, blank canvas. That's what this photograph, and this project mean to me. This isn't the end. It's the start. | Formspring | Tumblr | Facebook Page | Twitter | Instagram: kiararose3912 |



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