Home sweet home

A residental shot! Something different than the norm. Working with spacing and lighting at the moment. I wanted to keep the shot simple which I believe I did. The house looks old but not too old yet has a lot of character. It wasn’t built in the best spot but its a hidden beauty most would ignore. 

Did this with my Cybershot rather quickly because I had to leave. This was the spur of the moment shot. I typically don’t do residental but I’m experimenting with other genres in the architectural niche. 

I’m going to have to release one post today so to make up for it I will do three posts on Wednesday (tomorrow for me).

Take care and have a wonderful night, 

David

Open Your Eyes

Sometimes we can find beautiful things to capture that we see every day. All it takes is to be in the right angle at the right time. We usually are numb to what we on an everyday basis so we might ignore some good shots. So the moral of the story is to keep your eyes open even when you are at home. Explore everything in your life and discover new shots. You have to be obsessed with your craft but not crazy. Work hard and you could be your niche’s Steph Curry. Just take the best shots you can possibly take and improve every single day.

This was taken with my Sony Cybershot on a hot evening. I made it black and white because it looked rougher. Also, I don’t like the pale pink color that my house is painted in. I thought this was a great angle to shoot from, it’s something different for me. Took a few shots from different angles and this one spoke out to me. I am taking more shots of residential houses and trying to figure out how to shoot them while keeping my style. It’s a learning process I am enjoying, even diving into product photography. I am exploring every niche, I am trying to improve in all areas. I feel like I taking a step towards progress everyday.

Keep shooting and keep consistent. Have a great day and have fun!

_David