've been neglectful of my photography. As with most things I prefer the outdoors for photography and with this cold weather I'm not wanting to linger outside. Christmas lights are up, the air is crisp and clear, yet I haven't taken advantage.
I have taken the time to play around indoors with the camera (yes, even the "boat anchor" nikon). I finally broke out the colored films for some painting with light. They've been tucked away in the camera gear for two years; it's time to use them. Pretty blah results, but it has wet my appetite for more. What did I learn? It's really tough to swap films on the flash and still beat the camera timer. Especially in the semi-dark.
This week the local photography club will take a trip downtown for some night photography of the local Christmas lighting. I'm trying to convince myself to go. It's going to be really cold! What to do, what to do??