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your interpretation

New front doors changed more than the front of our house.  Who knew frosted glass could give off just the right amount of light to do some natural light shooting.  I’ve always struggled with finding my groove with still shots, they seem off somehow.  But it clicked today.  It was partially the subject matter––I’ve been trying to fit into the mold of shooting flowers or food which I really dig in other people’s photographs but it’s never worked for me.  Just wasn’t feeling it.  I decided to try and stay true to what I love to shoot, a more random subjects, a little grunge, complete with imperfections.  My small collection of cameras have been used like crazy, abused and loved…maybe thats why the image turned out.

So, with the new idea to stick to my old style and the help of great natural light, I might just be onto something…

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