Today i was starting to take this picture and i overheard a woman say to her friend "i'm sorry i'm not listening right now, i'm too consumed with this picture being taken" i looked over after taking a couple shots and smiled. she said "that is going to be a great picture, good composition". now i don't know who the heck that lady was or what she did, but i'd like to think she was some famous artist or musician and i really loved that she admired my "good composition" because this whole photography thing still feels so new to me and i crave positive feedback like some kind of crackwhore. I still feel like i have no idea what i'm doing most of the time and i'm just kinda like a musician playing by ear and not even knowing what notes are. And it feels good most of the time, just trusting my crazy instincts and not my camera settings or a photography degree (although i think that would be really nice).
i think composition is all about balance, and that makes sense because when i follow my instincts i always find balance.
and i really can't think of anything else to say except that i'm really happy and so is my girl
and i can't think of anything more important than that.
we love and miss you daddy, see you soon and we'll be one big happy family!!
“As the traveler who has lost his way, throws his reins on his horse's neck, and trusts to the instinct of the animal to find his road, so must we do with the divine animal who carries us through this world”
Ralph Waldo Emerson