A couple weeks ago we did a service project with an organization called Feed MY Starving Children in downtown Denver. We packaged enough food for 130 kids for a year in about an hour. Also, the light outside was nice.
In Denver we are getting our first taste of winter today, so it seemed fitting to have a reminder of warmer weather.
I have had a nice long break to collect my thoughts and have some rest from weekly posting. I was feeling a lot of pressure from the constant cycle of shoot/edit/post, with editing being the challenge as I would frequently do all three in one day.
What I want to try now is to leave a buffer between the shooting and editing stages so that I can have more of an objective view when selecting which photos to process. We all struggle with liking a photo because it’s good versus like a photo because we can remember how we felt at the time of capture. For example, these photos are from three months ago. We will see how this goes.
I am always interested to see where other people work, but I do not usually think to take pictures of my own work place. These spaces are not were I spend most of my time, but I have spent enough time here that it sticks out in my mind.