“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time”. ~Thomas Merton
So I’ve been getting a bit lazy in the “sharing my art” part of my world ….. especially on this blog! I am sure I eluded to that before in an earlier post. I think back from time to time when I used to post EVERY SINGLE DAY! That was of course before the distractions of Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Youtube, and a myriad of other sharing platforms that we all find ourselves in as of late. As these “distractions” continue to claw deeper and deeper into our time, as creatives, its so important to put the brakes on what you consume.
Outside of the normal diversions we all find ourselves in, I am also in the process of a major restructuring of my lighting design and production company as well as a reconsideration of where we are going to be located. Lots going on! Although the topic is not really photography related at all, I an sure I will post a few updates as that process unfolds. It is kind of a personal blog after all. Even though its not what most readers and viewers show up here for, I think there are a few key business lessons and pointers I can share that may be of value. Let me know if that interests you 🙂
ALL that being said, (what HAVE I said actually……) to bring you a little up to date, here are a few images I have been sharing over on Facebook recently. Although I haven’t taken the time to dive into a story, caption, or even a HASHTAG about what I have been sharing, its still nice to break up the political and general doom and gloom posts that seem to be cluttering the feeds lately.
Nothing epic, just a few images from this amazing world we live in that I have processed with a variety of techniques 🙂
Oh one more thing before I skadattle (I really DID think that was an actually word….guess not), I am thinking of creating another course by the end of the year. I really enjoyed creating this one here, but it does take a lot of planning.
Thats a pretty aggressive though, and in fact, now that I think of it, there is actually NO WAY I’ll get one done by the end of the year. It was on my goal sheet though so I figured I would mention it. So what should I make this course on? Lightroom tips? Hardware? Food photography? Interiors? Updated HDR processing?
So many directions I can this.
Let me know what I can help you with in the comments or feel free to reach out on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram!