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I have no excuse for not updating this blog. I’m going to post as much as I can and get better as a photographer and a writer.

I enjoy taking shots of aged metal and machines. I wish all the bolts were in focus but I do kind of like how the second one helps break the pattern of blurred subjects. Thought about making this photo black and white but I enjoyed the way it looks in color.

 

That’s it for my first post of 2019. I will keep this up no matter what.

 

Stay dedicated,

 

David

Different angles

Got to experiment with taking photos of the same object in different angles. Itd best to observe the object and capturing the angle in a way that appeals to you.

I knew when I took this shot I would flip it. I just felt the urge to do so and thought it was more interesting this way. I captured the coldness of the metal in that place and was able to do because it’s what I sought to do that day. 

Its great to start early,

David

Don’t settle in lifeĀ 

I hardly ever strive be the best in anything, I strive to put everything I have into what I am doing. I inspire to invoke emotion and to tell a story. 

I put in my whole being into my photography. Why? Because I love it. Its more than that as well it’s because I have passion for it. I am always striving to be the best version of myself. I am always striving to improve unintentionally at times. I have gone so far and I truly want to live the life I’ve always dreamed about. For that to have I have to act. 

I will never settle, I will put myself through hell to end up as a champion. I only want to be the best I can be. I will never stay still. I will always aim higher until I finally drop and the light fades to black as I close my eyes for the last time.

Be your own champion,

David

It’s all in the detailĀ 

I love the detail that old machines or other industrial material. There’s a lot of character in aged material. Its heightened if the subject is shot in the right angle. I walk around a lot, I take photos of things people ignore. I get a lot of odd looks due to this but I don’t really care. I get lost with my camera, I take the shots I want and sometimes I go back if I discover something new in the previous shots I took. 

Im learning more and more about myself and photography everyday. So I am improving every single day. I’m obsessed with my craft, I’m going all out to do what I love ad should you.

This was shot with my Cybershot around 7pm. I loved how the rust made the object looked. I want to bring attention to the beauty of life. 

Pay attention to the details and you will discover new things,

David