I have been working at still life for almost three months now, so I thought it might be a good time to take inventory and see where I've gown, and where I have not.
~Compared to some of my first shots, over all, I think I have improved on my technique. Actually, looking back at them now, I almost want to laugh out loud. They really are not that good. But my shots today? I am proud of them.
~I began using Lightroom, and now it is an integral part of post-processing my photos, cutting way down on culling, organizing, storing, and editing time.
~I have learned exorbitant amounts of information about Lightroom and Photoshop, things that have cut my editing time in half.
~I would like a dedicated space to create. Although, I will still have to chase the light, it would be nice to have a space for storing, and organizing, props and supplies.
~I would like a couple more lenses with better f-stops. I do think it is time to invest in my glass.
~I know I still have tons more to learn. But, anything worth learning takes time.
Linking with Texture Tuesday, & Texture Twist
Did you see my post about our weekend adventuring of ATVing and why I think phoneography is a legit form of art.