“Graduation Speech: I’d like to thank the internet, Google, Wikipedia, Microsoft Word, and Copy & Paste.”
MY, how times have changed since my college graduation. Wiki-what?
A week ago I got a call around 6am (In my world, 6AM = less -than-one-cup-of-coffee-AM) from a potential client requesting a session for her daughter. Something about University of Rochester, Graduation, Texas and “today at 11am”. Calendar check and was I was available. Yay for me!
Side note – I contemplate often with pursuing my photography career. It is a tough job! (Wah Wah) No reliable income, no office to chat daily with co-workers, and like any form of art – it’s completely subjective. Some people love my work. Some people – not so much.
As I walked around the University of Rochester Campus with a proud mom and a new college grad, the passion for my career was reignited. Watching the mom-daughter connection at this special time of their lives was heartwarming. It was a great session. By the end, it was hard to say good-bye. They were packing up and driving back home to Texas. I probably won’t cross paths with them again. How is it after a two hour session, I feel like family???
Then I shift gears… excitement for editing! A week of editing where some of these images literally make me laugh out loud. Many give me that warm and fuzzy feeling – a great capture! So, here are a few I’d like to share. Again, some people love my work. Some not so much! So if you are the “not so much”… Zip it!
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