Professional photography is sort of like owning a restaurant....I guess, I dont really know what it is like to own a restaurant but I do have a wife that cant stand to eat the same thing twice a year so I guess what I mean is you always have to be reinventing what you do, adding new dishes to the menu, and as I start to do such additions to expand the work that we do here I find myself more and more interested in different types of photography that I had not really considered in the past.
For instance I was never really interested in macro work until a client needed some super up close detail photos. I was never really interested in taking p
Work work work. Working as a professional photographer is very time consuming. So everything gets set aside while work and what not takes over.
So much of the photo work I do now is for big clients and has been interesting but it leaves no time for personal photo stuff. Which now where I find myself with a little time between projects I find myself both mountain biking around China and taking up a interest in infrared photos. Something for fun and a change of pace. Nice.