“There are no safe voyages and no safe ports.” ― Marty Rubin
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2-041 Looking good

Safety can be a mindset. I know that statement is subject to debate, but in this episode, for Dwaas, the mindset seems to be key!

 

Plans for Lego toy photography 2017

As you might have noticed it is going quite well regarding daily photo’s on the site this year. I was not and still am not planning to do a 365. At least not as it is supposed to be done, shooting a photo each and every day, so I will probably miss days once in a while or when I’m on vacation. I’ll be honest, I did miss the photography. It helps me bring my mind at ease. Nevertheless, the deadlines of a photo a day were terrible sometimes, and provided me with the occasional stress. Yet, the deadlines also forced me to think and search for ideas, not always resulting in a photo I liked to be honest, but the occasional good one was there, sometimes funny, sometimes the lighting, sometimes the composition and sometimes the whole deal. This year, I will go easy on the deadlines. I’ll try and hold on to them, but I will not stress myself into the daily photography. Also I will focus on learning about lighting and composition this year! Especially the lighting! Not in all photo’s of course, but you get the picture (pun intended 🙂 )

All that is left behind a little is the blog. If you have any ideas for the blog, let me know!

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