Another older shot of mine with a Sony Cybershot. I didn’t edit this one either but I plan to as practice.
I am still learning how to edit raw photos in Lightroom and Photoshop. I still have a long way to go before I can call myself a decent photo editor. For now, I’m watching videos on the topic and photography in general. I’m focused on becoming a photographer but I’m open to explore wherever I go on this path of mine.
Peace for now,
Simply worked and slept most of the day. I have a long list of things to do in the next two days as I’m off from work. Doing my best to change and improve.
Short but sweet. Peace,
Doing what I’m suppose to do. I am having a hard time balancing passions, work, and college. I need to work on my body more so I can physically do more. It’s a real challenge since I’m on my feet 100% of the time at work and constantly moving. It does help me so in the end, I need to work on my diet and everything that I do after work.
I’m a photographer and a writer, I’ve given myself six months to show some results or I’ll set both down and move on. They will forever be my passions but I understand not every passion can be successfully made into a career. This is my one shot and I have to understand that and get uncomfortable to truly succeed in this field.
Time for sleep…Peace,
Enjoy yourself and make sure to take care of your health. Live free and strong. Took these photos before christmas while I was waiting for someone to finish shopping. The photos look chaotic on purpose, to repersent the hectic time known as the holidays. I love the reflective floors of this store. Anyway, I’m working hard to express myself and to improve myself every single day.
Merry Christmas & happy new year,
As I walked, I captured these two photos while playing with using nature and architecture together. Instead of always trying to find buildings with no trees or anything nature related that would make it harder to capture just the building. I live in a place that is nearly impossbile, so I decided to just go for it and see what I could capture. I am pleased with the results and I am going to continue to do this.
Have a happy Halloween!