Drinking: Dr. Pepper
A whole damn day of photography in the sun and snow! And it's the middle of July in the great states!
Summer is best when you can throw snowballs at each other from the top of a volcano, and then go swimming at the beach in the same day.
But alas... on to my point.
I've noticed a trend in my photography, rather, a lack there-of. My photography is scattered. I do a bit of everything it seems and in so many different colors and styles and hues and just generally, encompass as much as I can.
Must be because I'm a fledgling photog, playing with the Manual mode on my camera to get things to look flat out fabulous. I notice a lot of photographers are only really good at one thing, or they specialize in one thing and never ever deviate away from it. Is it because they get complacent or comfortable? Do they get stuck on a style and their creativity goes out the window?
I'm a little confused after all.
I love doing new things with my camera. There's always something new to shoot. Not just urban sprawl, models or landscapes. I find beauty in everything.
Man, what I would give to go to every nook and cranny in the world and find everything and take a picture of it.
Can you blame me?
Oh well, there's more to come with my photography. I'm beating the snot out of my shutter with all the snapping I'm doing. Stitching together 45 shot panorama's that take 2 hours to complete is just way too much fun for it's own good.
I guess that's it!
See you next time!