Here’s to all the projects that seem like they should be easy. But then they’re not.
My world is FILLED with these projects. But back to that in a minute…
So Easter was nice. The one family picture I managed to get had major glasses glare which bugs the snot out of me, but at least the moment is captured.
Then back to projects that should be simple but then are overwhelmingly not….my last project in Documentary Photography was to get six images that document yourself. I thought…yeah, simple. But then…how do I narrow it down to six?
Amazingly NOT simple.
Also not simple, my stinkin semester project in digital. I’ve reshot the thing twice now and still don’t have usable pics. I don’t know why it doesn’t seem to be working. So now I’m flat out refusing to reshoot it again, I’m going to do the same idea but with different stuff that I can shoot in a different location. We’ll see if that fixes it. It should be so simple. Ten images composited into one final image.
I’m not complaining…just noticing how there are so many things that SHOULD be easy.
Oil-based primer is another prime example. (LOL…I crack myself up)
“Just use this Mineral Oil to clean your brushes,” the Lowes lady says.
Thirty minutes and every surface covered in slimy gook later….NOTHING is clean.
Plus, I have windows open and all kinds of fans running and I’m about to pass out on fumes. All I can say is, THIS BETTER BE WORTH IT! If I have paint the PTDQ’s bathroom one more time, I’m going to be tempted to just gut the thing and put a whole new bathroom in there. :) Since that’s not in the budget right now, this crazy sticks to everything primer better do its job and keep the paint on the wall.
On that note, I need to get back to work…if I can uncross my eyes long enough to photoshop my project.