Missed a couple of days, that certainly will happen here and there. I went to take the photo I meant to take the other day, and got the other one walking back to my car.
I went to take a picture of the sunset and had no card in camera, so I got a phone pic.
I thought I was going to have a great photo of the day today, but things fall through and shit happens, so this is all there it.
I had nothing to do this afternoon (ok I could have cleaned, organized, taken things out of boxes that I should have taken out of boxes 6 months ago, details details), so I decided I would go check out Liberty Market in Liberty Station. I could walk a little, take some pictures, and check the place out. When I get to Liberty Station, it is a beautiful day out, I find parking, and walk to Liberty Market where I find a mass of people standing around packed in like sardines looking for some cool foodie experience. I took a photo and left to walk to the other side of Liberty Station to a sushi place that is ok. BUT I got a little extra walking in, so I guess that is ok.
Camera nerd notes - shot with my Fuji XT10 with a Contax G 45mm f2 lens.
Just an abstracty photo of a water glass from lunch.
This is the beginning of a new daily photo journey.
I have been very "meh" about photography lately. I have felt like I have been doing a lot of things other people wanted, and very little that I have wanted to do. And then the few times I tried to do something that I wanted to do, I somehow made that into something that I wasn't super into by not pushing myself and not getting the most out of the shoot. Let's say I was shooting with a model, I would kind of let them lead and not really direct. So I would put all this time and effort into something and when I was done my reaction would be "eh..." This is no one's fault but my own.
So, how to change this. Well I am going to spend more time and effort on shooting what I want. And more importantly, more time just playing with my cameras. This, a 28th attempt at a daily photo blog, is an attempt to maybe force myself into the playing. Momentum is a big thing with me, I got used to NOT having my camera on me all the time. So, now I am trying to get used to always having it with me, again.