October 10, 2013
Wow, I've never thought about this before. I don't generally have recognizable people in my photographs, so possibly a famous person that I could photograph from the back that it could represent a more ambiguous identity.
Anything with a lot of colors or very vibrant color. I also love architecture.
I've always been interested and always taking pictures, but just recently decided to spend the money on a DSLR. I finally decided that for something I enjoy this much, it's worth the money.
I'm usually in constant "photo-op" mode even without my camera, so when I see something I want to capture, I just hope I can turn my camera on or whip my phone out in time to get it. Otherwise, I don't necessarily think when I have my camera, it's just a feeling that I go with. Let your eyes wander and follow the inspiration.
I love photography expeditions. So I'm looking forward to going out taking photos with other people who love the same thing. Plus, I still have so many questions about my DLSR, haha.
Hey! I am relatively new to Baltimore, but starting to get a feel for some different areas here. I love photography and have been shooting for a very long time, but just recently got a DSLR and have a lot to figure out with my new camera!