My first response was to have a daily keeper, even though I knew the possibility of that goal worked around my job, homelife, social life (ha-ha-ha), and the grim reality of time, weather and circumstance, probably wasn't going to happen...
So, I am more in a realistic goals mode, with my primary focus for week one to work on pinpoint focus combined with solid composition. To that end, weirdly enough, I found a number of "keepers" in revisiting older work with a different workflow in hand. The first recently won a Mini Comp called "Into My Own." It is already hanging on my wall (got the print back today).
Several of my presentation prints for this week were actually done in the two preceding weeks because this was my a goal I'd set for myself long before I read this thread on CiC and because it was during the Christmas break when I had more time to shoot and PP.
The first two are quite similar in end result, though equally different in subject matter and treatment. The first, "High Tension," was over 60 feet up in a sky that was changing color balance just about as fast as I could compose a shot. The second, "Web Designer," was very small, and very close in very confined quarters. In both, tight focus and concentration on developing the frame to its best presentation was the primary focus.
My second set is an attempt to shoot the "everyday" in a manner that would present it in its best light, regardless of the subject's commonality. In this set, the first is one of those things I mostly despise shooting, the "Statue," because other than hitting the light ok, there's not much creativity in shooting a non-organic "life-form." In this shot, I wanted to make the natural surrounding a part of the scene rather than an obstruction.
The second shot in this set is more about focus, though within a very tight confine, again, as above to make the surrounding area as much a part of the focal point as the chain and lock, itself.
My last image for this week ending Jan 7 was to do something "silly." In this shot, I used a streetlight at 5:30 am to illuminate a tree against the side of my house, and to include myself in the frame. (It was the end of a crappy fog shoot.)