I Bloody Did It!At the start of this month I wrote a small journal and in it I told everyone that I was going through a very bad patch at home and it was effecting my work and motivation so much that I thought that I would have to pull out of my college course and have to resit the unit. But holy crap guys I've done it...I've done 20 images!More Like This
Ten shoots, 2 images from each.
I cannot begin to explain just how good I feel right now. I still have things to do for graded but the picture taking is done, all I gotta do is the evaluation and work book stuff. Everyone else's hand in was on the 15th, it was so bad seeing they're status on facebook celebrating and at that point I still have six photos to get! But my deadline is the 20th so still plenty of time to get things written and tided up!
Oh guys thank you so so so much for all the support, the amazing comments and feedback on the phobia images and on the last journal I have only uploaded ten but do you want me to put up the other ten?
Rules. We don't need no stinkin rules.I'm eugene, or known on dA as harrietsfriend.More Like This
I don't plan my images. I respond to what I find, see, or envision.
When I go out to shoot, first, that's not even a true fact, as I never go out to take photos, with the one exception of a hired event, and even that has rule exceptions. In my current everyday bag I carry 3 cameras. a D-800, a Lumix converted infra-red, and a AW-110 underwater, bad weather camera, so even in rain or snow I can shoot. A 1960s Bolex Paillard monopod, with quick release ball head, is standard for my steady camera platform. I still use a Hasselblad outfit and Noblex ultra wide, both in film, but they are seasonal and for special images.
While I may be asked to shoot, and those that bring me an agenda are welcome, as long as they do not pick what photos I take. If I work for the house, in a concert or stage production, I choose my location and what I hope to shoot. This means there are not pre-requisite shots in place, giving me a c