So April the 2nd got me out of Saturday’s ‘Monday morning blues’.
No banana for brunch!! I had a fab breakfast in bed up & out to shoot some rehearsal images for a mates band, out for dinner with the wife & a quick catch up with some friends. All in all a much better day, as were the third and today.
A little bit of axe playing at home, some reading, some photography and I’m almost ready to go back to work tomorrow. Its been nice to have some time off and even have a good nosy around the world wide web looking for a bit of inspiration for my 365 project. Its tough to do. Really tough and I have struggled.
I think it was on flickr or somewhere that I got directed to a blog of a fella that was doing a 365 of selfies. If you know me or follow my flickr, instagram or on here, you’ll know I hate being on the lens side of the camera so when I had a look at this blog here: Idiot with a camera. I did my norm and headed to the beginning. Why? Well I like to look at the images at the beginning and then see how their photographic style and content may have changed. It just makes sense to me, in fact the only reason I have a blog page is primarily so that I can look back over the pages and see how I have grown as a photographer, if at all…….
Anyhow I ended up getting drawn into the above blog partly because the selfies were not the kind that scream Hey! Look at me.
They also appear to be mostly normal day-to-day images and not the elaborately planned style found here. Again, great photographs but for different reasons.
One thing that is very clear reading his blog is that Australia and the UK appear to be worlds apart.
Another person whose life is worlds apart from mine is that of Sir Elton John. I went to see an exhibition at the Tate Modern today The Radical Eye.
Hells teeth he has a lot of important photographs and it was great to see some of these in this format rather than published in a book.
So, hopefully if you followed the links you are not all photo’d out for the day because here is one of mine from today:
These people had become art as they walked around a smoke/dry ice installation. It was really interesting to see how different people behaved while we observed them.
As always, thanks for stopping.
Jim Jimmy James