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Catching Up: Photography Development

Working a full-time job and pursuing a degree part-time doesn’t leave much room for spare time to do other activities. Spending the hours from 9am – 5pm at work six (6) days a week and then school 5pm – 9pm five (5) days a week is really taxing, but as the old Jamaican saying goes “Ef yuh waan good yuh nose haffi run”. (Translation: If you want good, your nose has to run. Meaning: To be successful you must work hard.)

Despite the scarcity of time, I do try to squeeze in some time for an activity that I really love; Photography. When I find the time I read through Facebook groups dedicated to photography, read content on websites dedicated to teaching various aspects photography, watch YouTube and other instructional videos. From time to time I seek to put the information I have consumed into practise, by going out and shooting, engaging in trial and error, seeking to create images that are visually pleasing. Read the rest of this entry

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Portraiture and Landscapes

Over the past week or so I have been to Dunn’s River Falls, St. Ann and Little Ochie, St. Elizabeth with family for a little relaxation and enjoyment. I used the opportunity to practice some landscape and portraiture shots. I threw in a little post processing to enhance some images to give them an extra spin. Hope you like them.

Landscapes

Portraiture

Captured in Mandeville

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