I'm moving to LA. I have to admit it's exciting to make a change. I have no plan set in stone. I need a place to live and I need a place to work. I know a few people, but I'll have to rebuild my close community. Regardless, I felt completely inspired by my surroundings.
The play of shadows and light can completely change a landscape. It's a concept that seems simple enough, but honestly, it's still something I struggle with. I spent a whole day photographing flowers, both in the studio and outdoors. Here's a few from that day...
I couldn't leave these luscious illustrations sitting on my computer, soak em up and sink your teeth in.
While digging through old projects I came across some film that made me pause. At the time, I honestly didn't know a damn thing about photography, other than I really enjoyed capturing a place in time. I'm still amazed that these came out using the Canon Sure Shot I borrowed. I've moved heavily into the digital realm lately, either behind the camera or as a tech assistant. We move forward with a planned list of photos, collaborating with many, and editing until the image is perfect. This little find reminded me to go take photos with no guaranteed success, the payoff is even more enjoyable when you develop.