My days have consisted of four things and four things only these days: work, taking pictures, editing them, and reading. My photoshop is constantly running on my computer and I wake up in the morning to edit as many pictures as I can before getting to work. Immediately after work, I'm planning my shoot for the evening and thinking of locations, shots, and how to "capture" the person I'm about to take pictures of. It's been a blast. I think my parents are a little bit tired of me being gone every evening and I think my bank account is a little sad because of all the gas I'm using, but coming home to show my pictures to my dad and receive critique has been extremely rewarding. It's official: I'm hooked. Taking portraits of people is such a unique way of looking at someone; I feel like I'm seeing them in a completely different way. Dare I say, it's a bit more intimate than a face to face conversation when I'm trying to 'capture' them or a part of their personality. It's an interesting challenge and I'm having fun learning so much more about my SLR camera than I knew before. And I even booked my first paid gig last week.
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