Honestly, I don't have any complaints! People bring up how expensive it is there but that's nowhere near the first thing or second thing I bring up when I tell people about my experiences there. I loved it! And that's despite it being expensive and my spider senses going off on high level alert when I thought I'd have to fight some drunk guy in Reykjavik!Read More
I'm not even sure which of these photos to use as the thumbnail or first image you see. They're all beautiful to me. I'm also not sure that I have any good enough word on the tongue to describe my feelings but suffice it to say that we loved Iceland! We miss it, and can't wait to go back!!Read More
I'm typically scary when it comes to even the thought of having to pose. So I generally try to moonwalk my way out of certain opportunities. I'd much rather chill behind the camera and let a person do their thing.Read More
Nothing wrong with going back to a place and seeing new things; observing old things from a different angle.Read More
Today I went on a photo walk. Sometimes you just have to get out and go create; go practice; go explore; go play. Just don’t be like me and make assumptions about your camera’s battery life without checking. I went out to shoot, and while I was shooting I noticed that my battery life was near death, so I had to turn the camera off every time I stopped shooting, or looked around for subjects, angles, etc.
Once upon a time I would have fallen to the temptation to take everything with me, but I traveled light. I only took my camera, and one lens (50mm 1.4). It’s a good thing I didn’t bring everything! I went out to shoot after noon, but it was an overcast day, and that’s what the forecast called for, so I thought I was straight as far as avoiding the mid-afternoon sun, but once the clouds scattered, I started to melt away right there in the garden.
Before that happened I was able to work with a few models (statues) and capture a few subjects and scenes from the walk.
Wanna see dem? Here dey go…