The setup for this shot is very simple, just a white seamless paper background, and one light. It is the emotion shared by these two sisters that makes this photo so very special. It’s so subtly intense and beautiful. This goes to show that just having a very technically correct shot is not all. People want to see emotion, feeling, personality. That’s what makes a photograph timeless!
Project 365 - Day 57: I Can Sing Too You Know?!
Project 365 - Day 56: And He Was Like…. And I Was Like….
You have to "like" love when pre-teen, and teenagers "like" talk amongst themselves and the word “like” is said in "like" every sentence.
Project 365 - Day 55: Take Your Vitamins Daily
Project 365 - Day 54: Don’t Wait
There is a very popular phrase that I am positively sure you have heard one time or another. That phrase is, “one day I will ___________.” One day I plan to go to Japan. One day I plan to learn the piano. One day I will have enough money to retire. The saddest thing about this phrase is that as we age it goes from “One Day I will_____” to “WILL I EVER go to Japan?”. WILL I EVER retire one day? WILL I EVER learn the piano? This photo, if not obvious enough, supposed to depict a pair of hands of someone very ancient. Someone who at one point was full of dreams, aspirations, and plans. Some of these came to pass, while other failed into the ageless question: WILL I EVER? Hence the words “don’t wait”. Don’t wait all you life to be happy. You only get to live once, and the life that you live is very short. So what have you got to loose? If you don’t have anything to loose, you have everything to gain, so don’t wait!
Project 365 - Day 53: If You Rest, You Rust
Those of us who at one point in our lives were actively going to the gym, know that if you stop going for a while you begin to get rusty. Worse part is that if you ever go back, the two hours that use to feel like 10 minutes now are unbearable. All you do is look at the watch, drag yourself, and wish you could go home. You rest, you rust! Isn’t this true for everything in life. The moment you stop doing the things you love, rust begins to build up and paralyze you. You want to go back so hard, but can’t find the strength. I see this happening to many folks that use to go to my church. Those that felled astray can tell you that they want to go back, but can’t find the strength. If there is one lesson that I can learn from this picture, is to never stop doing those things that matter most in life. Never rest, never stop, never rust!
Project 365 - Day 52: Decisions, Decisions
Toughest part in any decision making, it’s not actually “making” them. The hardest part is managing the results of your decision and living with them.
Project 365 - Day 51: Leap Of Faith
Project 365 - Day 50: Are You Flexible
Project 365 - Day 49: Frustration