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Looking ahead to some upcoming photo projects with majority human subjects.
I’m excited but admittedly also pretty nervous about them. Cause here’s the thing this moose didn’t give a shit what the photo I took of her looked liked, she’s out there not at all concerned, unaware I even took them. Humans though, well humans care. Even the ones that say they don’t, do on some level. And while I’m sure these projects will regardless be a positive experience because the individuals I’m partnering with are amazing, I still want to give them something they’ll love. As I prepare to take on these new people-ish photo challenges I’m nervous because not only will they care about the work I do for or of them, but I’m also concerned that I’m going to fail miserably and give up without actually granting myself a chance. So, I’m looking back to photos like these, unplanned chance encounters, each one inspiring me to keep my eyes open for moments that I might not see otherwise. Keeping in mind those moments exist for all experiences, including shoots/photos that aren’t of trees, and animals, and Marlo and mountains haha 🙈