Its in the process of creating and failing that we learn. Its how both we, and our art evolve. Because we are human, and we are constantly a work in progress, it makes sense that our art will be too.
My message to you is that Perfection Is A Lie.
You may be curious about the gear I shoot with so lets look in the camera bag!
First the bag itself - I use the F-Stop Kashmir backpack. It was specifically designed for women, and I backed the original project on Kickstarter and got one of the first batch made.
I shoot Canon and my main body is the 7D mk ii (also have the original 7D as a backup)
Manfrotto Tripod Legs with Acratech Head
Computer with two Dell IPS Ultrasharp monitors, a NAS for storage and a Wacom Intuous Graphics tablet for editing.
Other accessories are Lee Filters for landscapes, remote wireless trigger, and my studio gear, which I will cover in another post.
Note that I originally started out with a Canon S3IS point and shoot, then went to a Canon 40D and then on to the 7D and the 7D mk ii. My next intended body upgrade will be to full frame, but not for a while yet!
My Photography Journey - a summary of all the different genres of photography I have tried as part of my development as a photographer and artist
Got a splendid haul of red currants in the garden this year and what better way to showcase them than with a gorgeous tarnished silver jug on a clean white background?