I did it! I tackled one of my deepest, darkest fears...being in front of a video camera. No joke, dear readers. I was sweating, reminding myself to breath—the whole nine yards, so to speak. Silly? Yes. True? Oh, you all should know by now that I believe in keeping it real!
But several takes later I emerged triumphant with a working, albeit horribly imperfect video. Then I watched it. Oh. My. Word. I will not even discuss how many times I repeat words, or put together sentences that could lead one to believe I have had little education with the English language. Nope. Instead, I am going to focus on the fact that I simply did it. I faced a fear, and I feel brave. Ha!
In today's video I explain what real life photography means to me, how I define it, and what the purpose is. This begins a new video series, a series aimed at answering some of the many questions I get asked all the time.
Stay tuned. In the next video I shall be discussing some tips that will help you take great photographs of your family. Maybe I shall call it "How to shoot your kids and not go to jail." Or maybe not. ;)