Hello, it's been a while.
Since the last journal entry, 4 years have passed, I'm in a different job, and most shocking of all...I've bought a digital camera, my lovely Fujifilm X100f. I did not think that I could feel this way about a digital camera, but I do. I wanted as many manual controls as possible, tight control over the focus, and a fixed lens. I still love analog photography and all of its beautiful unpredictability (not to mention my much lighter cameras), but this fills the gap nicely in my current faster-paced lifestyle.
I've also become a stock photographer - check out my portfolio. Honestly, I save my favourite, best, and most
Upcoming trips this year, which means photos to look forward to:
Bath, SomersetNew York
I tried buying lighting online, but unfortunately it got lost in the post...need to search in brick and mortar stores. Lots of ideas for portraits to execute once I get that sorted out.
My photobook Wien in Lomo was shortlisted for the Athens Photo Festival! Genuinely unexpected and very proud.
Don't forget that Little Miss Frank is available as a print.
Happy 2015 to all of my wonderful followers!
If you see a llama from me, it's a token of my appreciation for checking out my work!
NewsI changed my username here from yamitoyume (which I chose over 10 years ago...) to neuroplasticcreative.
I made a site (it's totally ugly right now): https://neuroplasticcreative.com/
I visited Paris last month and liveblogged it at http://pardonnezmoiparis.tumblr.com/For the rest of this month, I will be continuing to submit the last of my photos of Portland - look forward to the beautiful Lan Su Chinese Garden. Then I will be submitting shots of Seoul (including night scenes) from my Diana Mini, then Par
I just returned from Portland, OR today, and I liveblogged about it here: Is Portland Weird?
I learned so much from my trip, and I have a few short essays in progress about it. Highlights were:
Meeting Amanda Palmer again on her book tour stopThe abundant kindness I received from so many strangers and new friendsAmazing vegan and gluten-free foodMastering the really useful Trimet public transport systemAttending 5 vinyasa classes in a weekMeeting Yumi SakugawaWatching a shortened screening of Root Hog or Die, a documentary about John Porcellino...presented by John himself
Of course, you can see my experiences in pictures on the Tumblr :)