Photography projects, programs and hobbyists

This could be the turning point from amateur photography to professional photography. These days, I capture at least one photograph every day, and that keeps on happening without any start and end dates. It is repetitive in nature. I like to photograph, so I click every day. It is more like an operation. Operations are ongoing in nature, have no start and end dates, produces standard outputs. The moment I call something as a photography project, then it must have a start date and end date, will produce unique outputs, are progressively elaborated and are constrained by the constraints of time, cost and scope. Wedding photography is a clean example for projects :-). What could be a photography program?. I want to travel to all the states of India and publish photographs at my blog http://www.stillsofindia.com. The scope is so huge. I am thinking of breaking it into smaller projects (state wise), all contributing to the program stillsofindia

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