They're certain things you see a lot of bloggers preach about, one of the more popular topics is spending less money on gear and more on experiences... It sounds like such bullshit, since we the bloggers, are constantly updating our equipment, but man it's so true. I'm not here to be long winded, at least not in this blog post, but I do want to ensure you all that experiences are equally, if not more important, than gear or perceptionRead More
My Instagram has been dying? Not in popularity, I'm actually getting the most likes I've ever had, but in terms of my actual interest level, yeah it's going to shit. The platform just doesn't offer much engagement. 100 likes, 200 likes, 500 likes, whatever I get it just doesn't seem satisfy me.Read More
I bought my first camera based upon price, well price and brand recognition. It was a Canon T3i and I believe I paid $500+ for it. I absolutely hated it! The hate initiated because I sucked, but I quickly blamed it on what my camera couldn't do vs what other cameras could do.Read More
Here's my first large print for sale. Thanks for the continued support!Read More
Went back to what I consider my "roots" to try and regain some motivation. Eastern Market is the only place that I know of that has a consistent crowd weekly. No matter the weather, people come out and support. I only spent 30 minutes shooting, but it was eye-opening. I haven't lost my touch, but I've definitely slowed down...Read More
I went to a critique session here in Detroit... It was rather horrible, but that's a different story for another blog post. What I did notice beyond the harsh critique was how much I hated a photo before the individuals explained their reason for taking it.
One guy in particular showcased a gallery of church's here in Detroit. These photos were rather boring to me, they were just images of people at church. The only beauty in the actual photos was the architecture, but even that was kind of blah after 2-3 photos. It wasn't until he began to talk that I took interest in his work.Read More
My last Camera Therapy session dates back to December 14th. Why has it been so long since I've shot? I'm not 100% sure. My best guess would be the weather, but as I dig deeper into the situation I think my level excitement has died down as well. I feel like every picture in which I take... has already been captured. I talk about this more in today's vlog, which you can check out here.Read More