In my life, I have numerous characters I call my heroes. Those I look up to, respect, admire. Some are alive, some dead. Many are fictional, and several are not technically of this world.
Something they all have in common though, is that each of them is clearly, in their own way, flawed.
Perhaps the reason I so treasure the flaws in my heroes is that they remind me they are imperfect. That they are, like us, prone to failure from time to time, that they are susceptible to things that make them vulnerable. Their flaws are what make them, so to speak, human - regardless of what planet or dimension they might hail from.
There are times when th
After much deliberation with some fellow photographers, I've decided to actually use my Instagram and Flickr accounts that have been sitting stagnant for months if not years.
I don't know if you guys are interested in either platform but I've been using the former to release some hipster-tastic filtered versions of some of my work onto both sites.
If you're interested at all, I'm at http://www.flickr.com/photos/splinteredimages/ on Flickr and I'm splinteredimages on Instagram.
If you don't give a damn about either of them, I completely understand and would like to maintain that deviantART will remain my main platform for show
I'm not sure you guys read this stuff anymore - I mean, I know I'd have probably moved on by now, haha.
I guess all you need to know is that I'm trying to actively do photography again.
I had my first photoshoot in months (maybe a year? I can't remember anymore) yesterday and although I started out a bit rusty, after a while I got back into the swing of things again and damn, it felt good.
So for all of you who are actually still paying any attention to this account, hopefully the pictures I'll be putting up soon will be thanks enough from me for sticking around.
If things go well there should be more photoshoots in the near futu