Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Staying interested

As an always learning photographer I am constantly looking for something to capture. I recently read a blog post with someone saying they felt a lack of interest in their photography. I feel it's of the utmost importance to expand your photography so that way you continue to be interested in what you're doing. It's alot more fun when you're enjoying what you're shooting. If all you shoot is models, mix it up and get out to a sports game or take it to the streets. To accompany this topic ill drop a quote from a famous photographer Garry Winogrand. "If I saw something familiar in my viewfinder, I would do something to shake it up."  This past weekend I actually shot alot of film which is more of a true passion for me because it does take alot of time, effort, and money to shoot this way. I was able to get to "A" mountain for a sunset so that was a bit different from my recent work. Finished off my shooting for the weekend with my lovely friend Rose at Tucson Botanical Gardens. Overall I was pleased with what I was able to get my lens on. This Friday I'm going be headed to LA for the weekend so expect a big post and lots of photos when I return.

Loading a fresh roll of Fuji Film Velvia 50 into my Canon AE-1 Program. Taken with iPhone 5
You wouldn't believe how hard it was to find one of these on a Sunday. Battery for Canon AE-1 Program

Facing West from "A" Mountain


Homeless. 9:24am




Always on the phone haha

Last shot of the day

Breaking Balls. Taken with iPhone 5


  1. I definitely feel the same way for music. That's how I found my way jammin' around with different genres of music. Long story short, gotta keep myself on my toes, and I'm sure you're doing the same. Keep it up breeh!

  2. Thanks Kent. Great minds think alike