The last few days I have been in a funk, and I am going to change that today. When I sat down and looked at my workstation, I realized that most of my photographic endeavors have been for events, groups, and other people. I haven’t done much for myself. In fact, when I look in Lightroom, I have a lot of my own personal stuff on the back burner.
I am going to set a goal for myself to just put up a nature/landscape/city picture once a day. I keep on challenging myself to do this, but I never seem to follow through. This time I am going to get one of my friends to provide me some consequences if I fail to post up a flower porn pic a day. So let’s start off with this today.
Today was a day off of work for me. Whenever we release a major version of our software, our team gets a day off. I decided to take the day and get my head into a better space. I achieved this between cleaning up my home office and shooting some flower porn. But today, the Hummingbirds were all out in force.
While I was sick last week, I watched an interesting opinion piece from Tony Northrup regarding the death of the consumer camera. I think anyone who is an enthusiast or pro should watch it. Many good points are made. Watch it below: