bought a 77mm filter thinking it was a simple UV to protect my lens.
got frustrated with a few photos i took after i put the filter on, so i take it off.
i get home and see its a freaking diffusion filter, meant to add some lame “dreamy” effect to my photos. pretty much it makes all my photos look out of focus.
waste of my money. I’m super bummed.
wow, thank you!
yeah, everyone who took yearbook wanted to be a photographer (no offense, but it’s true) I was pretty set on actually doing it for life.
follow your dream, whether that includes college or not.
If you graduated with me, you probably got a phone call from one of the office ladies who simply asked if you went to college after high school or not, then just hung up. i really though that was a rude way to get statistics. considering the whole time we were at western a lot of our teachers told us we weren’t just another number.
I actually got really mad after I got that phone call, because I’m currently not in college because I can’t afford it. I think the real question should be who, after graduation high school, is actually going after their dream. not going to college just to get a steady job. I think it’d be more inspiring or push people more to see how many people actually go after what they want in life.
It’s hard, in fact it’s really hard doing this and praying one day all my hard work will pay off. but this is what I love to do. And I’m never going to give up on it. I really hope you keep on doing whatever it is that you love, because we really have such a short life, and I’d rather have spent my life chasing my dream instead of going with the flow just to be safe financially.
to be a full-time touring photographer.
two days ago.
uuhhmmmm im not really sure, i feel like my friends could answer that one better than me.
to be able to quit both of my steady jobs and live off of my photography.
i can’t answer that. i just like music too much to be able to pick one song.
new girl. freaking love that show.
nope. I’m content with where i’ve been and where i am.
i’ve been told i’m the bees knees, so i think that’s better than okay.
physical things: my cameras.
emotional things: being able to feel someone’s passion for their dreams.
people: not many, but it’s mainly men that make the cut. and then there’s nicole and erika.
everything else: food and music.
hello fellow procrastinator!
i don’t think it’s happened yet. i’m anticipating it being next month though.
hiding things from myself. i’ve done this with my phone/credit card/ whiskey. all bad ideas. never found my card. had to get a replacement. my room is a black hole.