Hello! I’m famous! This newly acquired fame should get me some invites to all my friend’s summer barbeques! Well…I’m famous on one website, anyway. It’s a site for photographers and we get little trophy icons on our profiles whenever we achieve a certain level of popularity. Drop my name anywhere else and people will give you strange looks and ask, “who’s that?”
This bottle of love potion is a remake of an older piece I did for Valentine’s day. That was done in red. I think I like the blue better. It’s like I took some of this love potion and poured it all over that photography site. (http://www.redbubble.com/people/mzzart/works/15686187-love-potion-2?ref=recent-owner)
To add a little contrast to this post, I’ll tell you that I’ve always found beauty in peeling paint. In fact, you can find this photo of peeling paint on my Redbubble account, available on skirts, notebooks, etc. Like..every woman wants this on a skirt, right?
This beholder finds beauty in everything, even peeling paint
I found peeling paint to be really irresistible when I was a girl. I loved peeling paint from anything I could find. I would paint my fingernails just so I could peel it off before the polish set in.
Well, now that you’ve read the words of a famous artist, you should go visit one of my online stores.
No matter how talented, popular, brilliant and well-educated you are, there’s always something you can learn. Me, for instance: I need to learn ISO. ISO is, simply put, light sensitivity in photography. Please don’t refer to this blog if you’re looking for advice on photography. I’m no expert on technical terms. Anything technical pretty much turns me off, to be truthful. I learn things better, just through my own experience and a lot of experimenting.
I have a simple, inexpensive point-and-shoot camera. There are automatic settings for those who don’t understand certain things about photography. Still, these automatic settings just don’t cut it in special situations. Yesterday, I read up on ISO. That knowledge was useful when I was taking pictures of fireworks, last night. All that learning did no good, when it came to timing the shots. Fireworks are shot off at random, disappearing quickly. At one point, I was just clicking at random, not really looking at the sky, hoping I’d capture one burst of light. I guess I should also have read about shutter speed. Needless to say, only one shot turned out half-decent. Though the video I took came out okay.
Here is some recent photography and artwork you may find in my Redbubble shop: link to my Redbubble profile
Maybe this guy has an account on Twitter? 😉