This may sound rather audacious and such, but that's the point. I heard an anecdote in lecture that a photographer (whose name I can't remember) picked up flowers every day on the way to the studio. And he would take a photograph of those flowers, each day challenging himself to take something different than the day before. That is my goal with this. Only instead of flowers, using two objects that I always have with me - my guitars. For the sake of sanity, I'm going to set the arbirtrary date of two months from now (August 26) as my 'end' date. Why August 26? Why two months? No reason, but I like to think that that will give me enough time to discover and explore the various nooks, crannies, possibilities and challenges that a guitar can bring out (However, if I'm still churning out the ideas, that very well may be extended). Things like reflections in the metallic knobs, revealing the wood texture, shape, contours, various DOF effects...for something that sounds pleasing when played correctly, it sure does have a host of visual pleasantries as well. So, we'll see how it goes. First off, we'll start off with a rehash of something I posted a couple days ago. For now, the reflection problem has me stumped, but I'll figure something out eventuallly.