Ok, so I have failed to keep up with the weekly shooting and posting on the second week. To make up the short fall, I went to shoot with one of my classmates around Hong Kong. This trip was a good experience to shoot raw street photography. I used a few new (to me) techniques to shoot under low-light situations.
Another new step was to have conversations with strangers before shooting them. It was really interesting to know the story of the tailor and his shop; I feel that the photo shot afterwards really was taken to another level.
I always admire people who can successfully complete the 365 projects (taking 1 photo each day for a full year). For me, I set my target lower at 52 project (weekly photo) for this year. Let’s do it! TL
Great great great! First post in 2013, starting with a piece of good news!
The two editors/contributors to this blog post will be participating in a public photo exhibition this month. It will be held in a rather prime venue, with a lot of traffic.
I think photography (and art in general) should be shared, although some pieces you may want to be kept private.. yet I think to show your hard work and let others appreciate it is very important in the journey! Show it to the world! Organize exhibitions for paintings/photos, publish photo books, play in gigs to show your music, whatever, just let the world taste your art! 🙂
Rather excited about this, more details to follow!