The model horse project has been pushed so far onto the back burner, I don’t think it’s on the stove anymore. I look at the pretty pictures from the show, and think, ‘Hmmm, maybe.’ Then I read how much work goes into taking quality close-up model shots, Desktop Stables: How I Photograph My Models – Revisited, and I think, ‘Eh, maybe not.’
Since I am now showing Milton (Kermit dance!), I feel less pressure about side projects. If I get to them, I get to them. If not, then not. So, I will continue to buy the annual book [2015, 2016] and use the idea of photo showing as an excuse to buy models [Fire 2015, Peppermint Kiss & Sam 2016, Illumination 2018].
Note to self, because in six months, I’m going to wonder where these came from. In order, from lower left corner, [My First Model] [Spotted at Sunset] [Banquet Photos] [Eclipse Party] [Spotted at Sunset] [Spotted at Oak Mountain State Park] [I’m Baaaaaack … With Camera] [Frankenhorse] [Spotted on the Green Shavings] [Life Choices] [Show Report: ASAC, Clemson, SC] [Models Rule].
Thank you for reading,