If you want proof that everything is terrible, look no further.
Develop your own judgements.
There will be many. Many.
I’m a bit backed up with work, but I thought you might want to see a video a friend of mine did promoting her boudoir work.
I took this image yesterday after working downtown most of the day. We had an early start and got out around 3.
It was one of the hottest days of the year so far, and silly me went running at around 4 p.m. at what felt like the hottest part of the day.
But when it’s that hot out, all the “hot” people are out running, which makes it a little easier to stomach.
It’s like being the only sober one in a group.
Tina and I are in production again all day today.
Yesterday went really well. I’ve had to be creative with setting up interviews in very similar spots in the same small area without making it look too similar.
It’s not easy.
Over the weekend, my parents were in town. We hosted 12 total people for dinner on Saturday night. Michael and Jason stopped by for dinner on Sunday.
It was somewhat laid-back visit, and they were gone again by 3:15 a.m. on Monday morning.
In the meantime, here’s an interesting response to Miley Cyrus/Robin Thicke debacle, that I’d like to respond to as well.
Also of note from TYWKIWDBI: Donut-flavored beer !!
It’s what’s for breakfast!
I have so little experience shooting with anything other than DSLR and digital medium format that I can’t weigh in on the topic that mirrorless is rivaling DSLR in a lot of ways, but I’m on board.
I would love to shoot a wedding or corporate event using gear that doesn’t break my bank or my arms.
Read here for Ming Thein’s take on the death of the DSLR.
I particularly like the idea of carrying two compact cameras instead of one DSLR body and two chunky lenses.