Since I have started back to college, I haven’t had time to sculpt or shoot any of my characters with my digital camera. To be honest, I’ve only been shooting film for the past month. My friend and I just shot my latest sculpture in the woods, and I can’t wait to make a print and show you all.
Well, unfortunately, I don’t have any idea as to when I will be able to show you prints of my work. Hopefully I will get some for you in the coming weeks.
For the second time this week, I found myself in a bulldozed, sandy lot; it was littered with shards of cement and garbage, but I found myself on my hands and knees. After thirty minutes of pressing my face to the dirt with camera in-hand, I had captured the shot that I wanted. As I stood up, the cement shards stuck to my skin, but it wasn’t until they fell to the ground that the soreness set in. At least I didn’t cut myself on all that garbage.
No sooner had I gotten my gear onto my back and started walking back to my moped did a fully loaded semi roll through where I was shooting. Dust filled the air, and I was thankful that I didn’t spend any more time on that photo…