Frankly speaking, after the year of intense shooting with intention, I got tired. I love perfection, and technically correct images make my heart sing. But this time I decided to let perfection go. At least for a day. I decided to document a day in our life, but make it less stressful for me. I decided to shoot like I did it before I have learned all that great stuff about light, composition and etc. So I shot without much thinking, taking into account only my guts feeling.
Monthly Archives: January 2016
This is the last post in the Project 365 series. Wow, that was a great marathon! Not a day without a picture taken. A year of practice, gaining new knowledge, and improving my skills day by day. A year of a huge progress. A year full of experiments that I wouldn’t try otherwise.
Have you seen the new banner from Focused Photographers on the right?
I am an image of the week winner this week on Focus Photographers, wohoo!!
This has happened to me for the first time and I’m thrilled!
If you head over there and register (it’s free), you will be able to read my progress of the year story I posted in the forum.
Wow, this post took me so long! I haven’t mentioned it on my blog, but there was a project planned for December. I made a call for my local photographer friends on Facebook and offered a free session in exchange for their free session. I had 3 requests (yeah, I’m not that popular and/or I don’t have that much local photographer-friends or acquaintances). I was really worried about how it would go and if it was a good idea at all. I named the project “A shoemaker without a shoe” (there’s such Russian proverb).