So, this is my first blog post in a while and it begins with a warning as well as an introductory story. So here we go...
The warning is that I am an idiot, and I am occasionally a bit forgetful in ways of darkroom procedure. It comes with the ADHD. So, for those of you who are hyper anal about darkroom perfection, look away NOW!
The story is this: I recently finished high school (praise JESUS, even if I am a Jew), but with crunch time approaching, there was
So, very quickly, I figured I would bloggify. This is a much better outlet than twitting on Twitter. So...(omg, I went to the mall, like, today, and i like, saw the cutest shoes, omg!!!!)
On a more, mature note, putting aside my mocking of many women my age (16), I find that my love of analog photography has me coveting expensive cameras and lenses in a manner that is unhealthy to both mind and wallet. People my age are supposed to waste their days smoking or getting a driver's license
So, I am trying to come u with ideas for photographic assignments for myself to do. If anybody wants to give me a suggestion they should give one, but here is what i have thought about so far:
Putting my camera on self timer and, as the timer runs down, i throw a large paper plane into the frame of the image, a bit of a chance image type-thingermagigger.
still thinking. As with my creative writing stuff, every time I sit down to write a blog I get writer's block.
Happy New Years all.
I just returned from a road trip from my hometown LA to San Francisco, the scenic route. I saw wonderful sights and reconnected with my father, despite the fact that we still share a home. Along for the ride was my trusty 35mm camera and several rolls of film, all black and white (and some IR ) Well, I have returned! And in my house I find that I have become as addicted to APUG as I used to be to Facebook. Who knew? It's been a great past few weeks, and a good year