Getting Back into Things
My recent trip was the first time I’d ever done anything like that and one of the side effects that has taken me by surprise has been the trouble I’ve had getting back into normal life. It isn’t because I want to be away again, but I think I enjoyed doing nothing but planning photography trips for just over three weeks.
I’ve been getting lots of emails, but I have struggled to reply to any, so I’m sorry, if I find time I will try and answer them all.
If you haven’t sent in your image there is very little time left, and remember the theme is country.
Digital Photography School
I have had another article published on Digital Photography School. This one is about Using Photography for Social Change and here is the link Using Your Photography to Create Social Change. It would be great if you could share it. Thanks.
I’ve been busy working on the next issue for the magazine. We have some of the same writers and some new ones. It seems writing for the magazine isn’t as easy as people thought and it has been interesting working with people.
I can’t say I find it easy, but I am enjoying it. I do really enjoy writing about photography, though I have to remember to keep reading photography magazines to get better at it. I remember being told that when I was at Uni, that if you want to write in a particular style then you should read material in it.
One of the things I enjoy about doing these posts is looking back on the photos I took a year or two again. Today I found some that I took of the Royal Botanical almost a year ago. I love the botanical gardens and with a macro lens it is even better.
I hope you are having a good day, and I have a gallery for you now of some macro images from the botanical gardens.