Believe it or not, I took the least amount of photos this year then any other year prior. It bums me out that photo blogs are becoming the dinosaur of social mediums on the internet. People are looking for quicker gratifications and it is just something you can’t compete with if you want to cherish each photo you take. But as I look at my “oh so decent” photos below, it pleases me that my little efforts were there the whole time. All of these photos kill any of my Instagram photos. I know, a bad comparison but sadly I put the same amount of effort into each photo even if it is just one cell phone shot. It makes me realize that this hobby still hasn’t escaped me. With a new camera and a lens to start off the year (I’ll miss my Nikon), I will reinstate my 2012 new year’s resolution to the 2013 year in wanting to take more photos then ever for this blog. Since I been close to turdness in being the laziest I have ever been this past week, I untraditionally leave with just a photostream of some of the best photos I have shot this year. Here they are in sequential order:
Again I would like to thank anyone and everyone that takes time to stop by to view this site. I tip a glass in your honor. Here’s to the new 2013 year!
My week long stay-cation started Monday and I have a whole lot of nothing to do to catch up on. Day 1: Let’s act like I own a $1500 bike and put it to good use.
I think I only covered about a 1 mile radius from my block to the GG park. It’s hard to try and enjoy a ride all while trying to be photographer at the same time.
And a hi-five to the person that can guess what lens I shot this picture with. Hint: Tomorrow I am going to have some neat landscape shots around the city.
People say a person’s photography is measured by their composition. You see, the reason why photographer’s hate fisheye photos is how it lacks a sense of creativity within your subject matter and it’s surroundings. Shooting with it is as simple as this, shoot what you see and atmospherical bend will literally take care of there rest. To cut shit to the point, my two straight lenses were “ganked” upon my lack of supervision, so this blog will now be a 100% fisheye photos.