These here are my first Panorama shots!
I apologize if these look pixelated, I'm afraid tinypic hasn't been working too well with me these days :/
Posted by Meg at 12:33 PM
Simply playing with photos from the past two sets.
Posted by Meg at 1:01 PM
I've realized I haven't taken a lot of photos simply for the sake of taking them in a long time. Sure, I take a lot of photos for fun, but they're of a serious breed of fun. No for the helluvit photos. So here's some photos taken with Minerva over holiday break, full of road trips with friends, reliving sixth grade with Lauren with blueberries and bottled Coke, and nights at the friendly neighborhood Waffle House.
side note: I've noticed the quality of some past photo batches aren't too great? Very pixelated? Ouch.
other side note: I plan on doing a couple more sessions that I agreed to do last semester, but other than those I'm afraid I'm going to have to just freeze the photo process for awhile. I still want to be taking photos, but nothing serious/paid for (and that doesn't mean "Meg's taking free photos." This just means when I do take photos they're either going to just be for the sake of loving to take pictures/portfolio building). To be honest, I get easily stressed enough as it is and the picture taking can just be another added level of stress. Also, I'm going to be coming up with a structured price sheet (with the help of my more business savvy friends).
edit: Forget everything I just said in the previous paragraph. Turns out, I'm heading to Florence over the summer! And for that, I'm going to be needing to build up some cash flow! So by all means ask for your pictures to be taken! Or buy a print! Or a book! Help a girl out :)
Posted by Meg at 12:07 PM
My past love-hate relationship with film is beginning to flourish. In love, not hate.
I brought Minerva (the Minolta), Gregory (Rebel t2i), and Margo Pascal (a Diana Mini. Yes, I know it already has a name, but they're all named Diana, so I decided to shake it up) all around central and east Texas. These little shots span from Austin to San Antonio to Lufkin, and they all brought some really nice experiences. My camera family didn't let me down.
I have discovered one of my favorite places in the world, and that's the San Antonio Museum of Art. I could stare at the Sleeping Ariadne for ages, and yes I admit the idea of being able to teach (in some way) other great myths someday in some capacity fills me with college student giddiness. Putting the major to work someday? Le sigh.
Posted by Meg at 5:12 PM