By taking an online course yesterday, I got inspired by this little quote about seeing photographs as processes not as products, it inspired me to share my photography working experience with you.
So I have ben working as photographer for last four years and my long time dream was to visit NYC. I went there this January and NYC experience has been wonderful to me..
Before going there I was doing all sorts of photography, mainly focusing on Portraits & Products, but I forgot how important it is to follow the process, not only concentrating on the result.
Same with creative projects – the concept is the key, if you don’t have story, your picture doesn’t have soul.
Besides being hyper motivating, NYC inspired me to focus on product photography more. I love photographing people, but I want to keep it as my free projects (such as “Heterochromia – Children of Hags“).
Product photography require different process that depends on you then anyone else, I like that!
I want to explore that process, dive in to it, create, build… people are different, you are drawn in to their story, which is awesome, but I want to create new stories now and dive in to the colorful and beautiful little things, talk to them, move them, add to them, dance with them.
Let it be! 🙂
Here is a link to that free photography course I was telling you about! 🙂 press here.
I am not sure if this is right, but I express it the best I can remember.
Last three years I was struggling to find the time and do my Tibetan exercises and this year I spend more and more time doing Yoga and the more I do, the more I understand how essential it is.
My Yoga school founder once said: “I created this school, I made affordable, easy and for everyone simply because I want more people to do Yoga…”
This is so Fucking Great (please excuse my French)…
I am just feeling GRATEFUL today and I feel same – I want more people to practise Yoga, to feel that powerful energy floating trough your body and mind, as if your mat becomes surfing board and you just surf trough the sea of your inner silence…
I want people practise Yoga in their daily lives and if they don’t have time for this, then practise even more, until it becomes a must to keep your mind and body intact and synchronize with life.
Ramus in Lithuanian means “calm”, “peaceful”, but since we are last pagans in Europe, we also have names such as Audra, meaning storm. Her name is Raminta (peaceful, calm), but I would rename her to Audra – Storm, other popular pagan name:)
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Beautiful young mother that has Heterochromia and Waardenburg syndrome (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waardenburg_syndrome). Rare, great and amazingly beautiful!
Differences are beautiful who would we become without it?
It was awesome and I can’t be happier then I am now, all trip is already worth every single minute of my time and every single cent I have invested in it! off to next shoot in XXI arrondissement and Versaille tomorrow!
Thank you so much, Emilie, Laura, Raminta 🙂
Heterochromia – Children of Hags ROCK!!!! :)))
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I came to Paris yesterday. I had to wait for six hours to get in to the apartment. I had time…walked a little bit, but it’s not so much fun to walk with luggage that contains equipment, drives, camera…
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