Procrastination is something that I have always suffered from, but lately I’ve begun to wonder if it isn’t really just pure laziness.
It has to be said that there a lot of upsides to being a middle aged photographer these days. I know there are downers, but lots of uppers as well. Believe me, there are.
In last weeks U4D post I talked about an old wishlist, so today I thought I could go through what my current would be. It does change over time.
This is a big year for me, well as far as travel goes and lots of plans are being made. I am in the process of planning a trip to New Zealand and once it is over I am going to Tasmania again later in the year.
Whenever you see a group of photographers together they all start talking gear. It just seems to be something that people who share a passion do. So podcast episode 015 is my conversation about the gear I use.
Here is another post about what I’m planning on doing, but this time I do think it is time that I started working in a different way. I have been realising quite a few things recently, and I have come to the realisation that I am being taken advantage of.
In the past I’ve tried to work out what everyone wants for these Up for Discussion posts, but do I really know? This is a new beginning for them. It is easy for me to just guess and do what I want. However, I need some direction.
My latest article has been published On Digital Photography School, and if you would like a more comprehensive view and some idea on how on to use the tablet then take a look.
Those of you that follow me on Instagram know that I recently went away and was finding it difficult to work on photos without my Wacom Intuos Pro tablet. I have one at home, but it is a bit big for carrying around and I didn’t want to damage it. I can’t be without it […]
Last week I mentioned that I want to find a new direction with this blog and now I am ready to share with you what my plans are. I want to get back to this blog being more about my art practice and how I go about it. As I said last week, I don’t […]