Deviant since Feb 13, 2012 | Premium Member until Jul 16, 2013
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Favorite visual artistBrian Froud, Stephanie Pui Mun Law, William-Alphonse Bougereau, John WaterhouseFavorite moviesChocolat, Phantom of the Opera, Pride & PrejudiceFavorite bands / musical artistsAC/DC, Eden Brent, Sinatra, Ella FitzgeraldFavorite booksRose Daughter, Kushiel's Legacy Trilogy, Lord of the Rings, His Dark MaterialsFavorite writersNeil Gaiman, Jane AustenTools of the TradeCamera, paintbrush, pencil, needle
I haven't been able to do much photography lately...between work, school and the fact that my boyfriend and I are moving in together around New Year's (gasp! Me - the commit-a-phobe!) I've had precious little time to spend on actually taking pictures, and it's driving me nuts.
Especially with the reduced daylight hours! I used to hate winter because of the cold and SAD, but upon discovering photography I now curse the sunset because I can't go out and shoot.
But I'm making time for myself this weekend, and damn the packing!
Does anyone else feel that way? It's like a painful itch - I want to stop the car a lot of times (and probably cause accidents) and jump out and put my finger on the shutter button. I find myself staring at the world around me and constantly wishing I had my camera with me if I don't already.
I've had to fill the longing by going through my old sets and re-examining shots I've already taken and seeing if any improved in my mind after stewing for a while.