I’ve officially completed my first month (and then some) of this project. This means celebration, big time. (And that’s why a photo montage with “Raise your Glass” is appropriate. And also because I need my Glee fix).
I’ve been watching this video over and over, and not because i’m vain, but because it brings a whole lot of memories rushing back in photo form. I love it. And I can’t wait till I see a montage of 365 of my photos!
So sit back and enjoy; it features a month worth of my photography in about 1 minute.
I’m still trying to catch up on my posting from my hiatus last week. So here is another photo I took a few days back.
This is a perfect example of a photograph I would never have taken if I wasn’t doing this project. I had went nearly the whole day without finding one good thing to take a photo of, and right when I was about to give up, I saw this interesting reflection in my kitchen window…
It’s funny how much I see things differently now.
Day 30 of this project! My perception has really changed in just 30 photographs.
You know, when you’re so bored that all you can do is shoot the car window of your dad’s van. And you don’t even know you just photographed that special reflection in window till you see it in your LCD screen. Yea, I love those shots too.
I also love it when tinted windows make the perfect mirrors. ;)
Here are the best of my amateur photos I took last month. I’ve never taken photos at a wedding before, and it was such a different experience. Most of my photos turned badly, but at least I got a handful of some nice shots.
Next time i’m invited to a wedding, i’ll aim for 2 good handfuls.
Read more about my wedding photography wisdom here:
I’ve still got more photos from New Vrindavan, but here’s my favorite. Taken at Prabhupad’s Palace of Gold, West Virginia.
The inside of this palace is so beautiful, that I would normally keep it in color, but this time I just had to go with the dark sepia tones. The windows are all stained glass, the floor and walls are marble. Like the little symmetry I have going on here?
The marble wall on the right side made the perfect reflection