**Still catching up…
Tuesday, August 3. I am not happy with this one at all. Like the others, it was taken on a shoot for my project. Elliot and I had been in Richmond, KY all afternoon so that he change his oil and rotate his tires at his brother’s house. We then had dinner with his brother and sister-in-law, and left just in time to do one self-portrait shoot. It was getting dark, and we needed to get back to Lexington, and so I was rushing trying to get a shot and this is all that I ended up with.
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Great blog! It’s very inspiring to me on my own photographic journey. You really have some great pictures. I too am doing Project 365. Lately I haven’t taken many pictures nor have I posted regularly.
Aw thank you so much! I am so glad to hear that! And I hope that at least you are enjoying your 365, even if it isn’t a regular thing.
No problem! I really do love your pictures!
Don’t get me wrong, I am loving my 365, but I’m in a “low on inspiration” phase, although your blog has inspired me to try some new things!
What camera and lenses do you use?
I hope you get well from your surgery soon!
Ah I go through those as well, everyone does. I just force myself to keep taking pictures of at least just things that I see because generally that is the only way I get out of it.
I have a Nikon D90 with the kit lens and a fixed 50mm 1.8. I almost always have the 50mm on though.
Today I looked out my window and saw the amazing golden light and decided to go shooting. Since I was felling so inspired, I went a different route. I feel I got some great images. I think I might be coming out of that phase!
I have been researching Nikon cameras (I think I will get a Nikon when I get a DSLR), and I was looking at the 50mm lens. Looks pretty great.
Yay! Good work! It is always exciting to get out of that funk. And yes, the 50mm is amazing, you will not regret it at all.