A still of one of the instructional photography videos I am working on. This one is for Film Processing, as the title indicates. Hoping that this one, along with a few more will be completed and uploaded in a few weeks. Pleased with my initial shoot, but I know that editing is going to be […]
I know a lot of people dislike the rainy weather cold day we had today, but I enjoy those days. It is the type of day that you come home from work, and want to warm up with a good book and a hot cup of tea or coffee.
Still trying new techniques for studying. This time it is recording vocabulary and playing it back to myself in the background, while I still go over flashcards as I’ve always done. I hope that I am able to figure out a good technique before it gets too far into the class!
Found these photos from a friend’s birthday earlier in January. I wanted it to be a surprise, so I lit the candles ahead of time, and nearly caused the smoke alarm to go off in the apartment! Lesson learned for me that I shouldn’t try to put 29 candles on a small cake!
Today was a good day for learning. I am excited by this ‘sea change’ as they call it, and I hope that I can continue to keep my cool in high stress situations.
Making new curtains on the sewing machine. Needing to get some pins for the fabric I picked. Hope they turn out ok!
My big adult decision this week: I like drinking coffee with breakfast, but still enjoy kid’s cereals. This came after trying a large assortment of health cereals over the past few months.
getting photo books together for the big graduate school, and residency applications. I don’t know why I decided to make my ‘image list’ so complicated, but I am hoping that it will pay off in the long run!
Excited to have gotten some large format paper! I got about 100 sheets of 24×30 inch paper in a donation. I don’t have a printer large enough for photo use, but I think I am going to use this for my ink drawings.
Cactus display at the Botanical Garden in the Linnaean House. It was nice to stop in for the warmth on the way back from my class. Succulents are my favorite type of plant. I guess this indicates I should move to a warmer climate or join the Cactus Society.