Photography: Shooting Through the Chaos

This week was another busy one. It seems I’m running from one place to the next with barely enough time to write or photograph. It was my nephew’s graduation and we have family visiting from out of town. I’ve gone to bed late and woken up early each day and I still feel behind in everything.

I’m disappointed in all my photos this week. I’m not sure if I’m simply exhausted or I’m at the tipping point where I can see the faults in my work but do not have the skills yet to fix them. I’ve included two photos from the graduation and a few from a visit to the California State Railroad Museum.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a great week.


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32 thoughts on “Photography: Shooting Through the Chaos

  1. These are great photos, Bridgette, give yourself some credit! I love the grainy old board photo especially, the nail head looks kind of like an old coin. The globe lamp is beautiful too. Congratulations to the graduate!

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  2. It is easy to get frustrated in photography when we are taking photos just for the exercise of taking photos. Sometimes it helps to embrace a small project that has meaning to you and focus on it, see if you can become progressively more satisfied in accomplishing a look, or evoke an emotion. For example, “the flowers in my garden” or “summer 2020 with the children” “the lotus pond at the land park”. See if you can produce a group of photos within a theme that means something to you. I hope that helps.

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  3. Oh, I hear you!!! I have had some crazy days trying to do everything right and still not being contented with the result. But I must let you know, your photos look absolutely appealing and I’m glad to discover your blog.

    Cheers,
    Charu

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