day 29: self-portrait challenge
Zombie in the air. Higher than the trees.
Good god, is this thing over yet?!
I intentionally overexposed this image and took it in color format for the very reason that I could keep the color data when turn this image black and white and push the red and orange hues to the extreme.
(I also overexposed it to further accentuate the foggy day and blend out the trees behind me.)
I feel like I'm really able to try new things - and understand different techniques and styles now.
I am in a creationist's flow.
Yes, I'm a photographer, but I'm also a technician and artist.
I am hanging around with fellow photographers and artists and I feel like a writer who burns at getting the words down on paper. I am loving the zone.
When one project idea closes down and finishes, more pop up.
Must shoot. Keep shooting. Loving. Absolutely LOVING life. (Memories of terribleness -even recent ones- become great laughing moments. Tears of mirth, my friends.)
Tomorrow will be my last self-portrait challenge post (image) and then I will take a break.
Only to start afresh with a new challenge.
Evolve. Grow. Learn. LOVE and LIVE -and- ever with a twinkle in the eye:
Give 'em hell.
11/21/2022 06:21:56 am
ks for sharing the article, and more importantly, your personal experience of mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to
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