Hi everybody. Welcome to my blog where I talk about the past.
I lay in bed for months, always thinking about things I did. This one time I was in the studio, on an editorial shoot. Digital photography just came out. I had an operator, you know, doing all the digital stuff. And a new digital camera. It was all brand new. I didn't know what to expect. It was pretty wild though, going from analog to digital. Way different though, I'll tell you. Everything I knew went out the window. For example, I used to meter the subject right down to the tenth of a second. I also used different light sources, like tungsten light, to create a sunlight look. Now, with digital, they just readjusted everything in post production. It was quite the adjustment. I was shooting for something like Seventeen or Cosmo. I can't remember. But, it was a bit annoying because the art director kept telling me to do this and that. The art director was looking at a monitor. She can see exactly what I was shooting. I felt like handing the freaking camera to her. I guess I'm just "Old School." I do miss those days though. It was cool getting the film back a day later. The only way you knew what you were getting was through polaroids. Like my friend said here, those were the good old days.
I'm feeling kind of sentimental so I'm gonna stop it there. I'll talk to you guys next week, Love, B. Nice
P.S. Here's my link to my other blog. Hope you had a good Pi day yesterday. Figure that one out. It was 3.14. And don't worry if you don't get it. I won't hold it against you.