My whole life I have the same problem. I cannot concentrate in one thing. Probably that's why I was never specialized in one type of photography. Even the years that I was full time in the studio I was constantly jumping from fashion to furniture and from jewellery to food photography, having a bunch of miscellaneous clients to satisfy. Not the best strategy to built a carrier but I tend to be allergic into doing the exact same thing over and over again.
But even in simpler things like this post for example. I just finished editing a few shots from a rather extended dog walk at the mountain above our village. So far so good! The thing is that those pictures should have been 3 different posts. One for the mesmerizing beauty of the caper flower, one for caper foraging and a third one rather technical about taking macro pictures without a macro lens.
Instead I am mumbling about irrelevant and random thoughts and I haven't even told you what those pictures are about. But I guess the pictures talk for themselves, aren't they?
Anyway it's pretty simple.
- Living in a rural area.
- Foraging becomes a second nature.
- Caper pickle is delicious.
- Flowers all over.
- Camera with me.
If you have any questions I'll be glad to answer them in the comments, tomorrow. Now it's time for my beauty sleep :)
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