It is that time of the year. I’ve been out in the garden a lot in the last few weeks, and there will be more posts on that to come. However, while I was weeding the front garden I came across the dahlia tubers from last year.
As I said the other day I’ve been spending a lot of time in the garden. I really want the garden to work. There is nothing like being able to walk outside and pick what you need to make lunch or cook dinner.
Spring has sprung and it is full speed ahead for the garden getting it ready for summer.
Can you believe that? I mean we can hardly believe it and there were several million people thinking the same way. Australia doesn’t get earthquakes.
Do you know what one of the biggest problems with doing food photography?
Well, here we go again, we are back in lockdown. We have been this way for a few weeks now. I am finding that when we go into lockdown I have a tendency to shut down. I live in my own little bubble in my part of the world.
How many times have you gone somewhere to take photos and then realised that it was the wrong time of the day, or the wrong season, or the wrong something?
It is an interesting concept and one that I spoke about in my last post. When you are in lockdown trying to work out what to do can be hard.
It really is feeling that way right now. We are, once again, in lockdown. No surprise really and I think I’m feeling a lot better about it than I did the last one. Mainly, I suspect because we have all been waiting for it.
One question I’ve been asked a lot is how much will it cost to buy one of my images. Another question is how much should I charge for my images.