Hey everyone! Whew, it's been a while now, hasn't it? Let me start with a little catch-up session. I have moved photography from my full-time job to my part-time/for fun job. I have many projects in the works and love being able to take my time and not having to worry about making a buck.
Check out some of my latest shots which I have been too busy to post!
The above photo was taken just East of Denver International Airport where there are hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of sunflowers. It definitely makes for quite stunning sunsets.
While this photo of a mating pair of Sandhill Cranes is not overly 'beautiful', I really like it because I was not actually touching my camera when it was taken. I was using a remote trigger. The kicker is that I had to set the focus beforehand and hope that they were in focus when I took the photo. Boom.. The crane on the right is TACK sharp and I love that you can see seeds in his/her beak.
Here are a few headshots I did for some of my coworkers.
Finally, here is a photo of Denver that I took this morning! I sometimes get to work before the sun comes up and I love the look of the city in the twilight.
TL;DR I am thinking about making a How-to/Photography Learning Youtube channel and if you would like to see that happen, like my posts on my Facebook or Instagram. If I get 100 likes, I will get started.
Now that we are all caught up, let's get down to the reason of today's post. I am going to be honest, I miss photography. I have been putting my attention elsewhere and I keep thinking about what else I could do within the photography scope.
This yearning for photography has led to me looking through many of my photographs that I have posted throughout the internet and I have found a common occurrence. People have been asking me questions about my photography. Not only general questions about location and subject and whatnot, but how I achieved a certain look or concept and what gear or techniques where used to make my images.
After many hours of contemplating, I have come to the conclusion that I am going to think about making a photography-centric Youtube channel. One where I go on live shoots, do gear reviews, live edits, and so on, so that I can teach all those who would like to learn more about photography and maybe get to their next level.
"Wow, way to be definitive!" Is what I am sure you're saying. I know, coming to the conclusion that I will THINK about starting a Youtube channel is not very conclusive, but if I decide to do this, I will be putting the vast majority of my free time towards making content for this endeavor. Frankly, it's a huge commitment. That being said, here is how this is going to go down. I am going to post a status around my social media outlets, namely Facebook and Instagram, and I will ask you to simply give them a like or a favorite. If I can get 100 cumulative likes, I will start my channel within a week and begin posting material.
So, if you would like this to happen, check out my social media accounts and click that like button and share it.
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