So, I guess it's been a while since I last left any sort of an update. I'm sure many of you are being inundated by the many pictures I took while at the Holy Ghost Catholic Church. It's a gorgeous church, and the priest with whom I met was quite the gentleman. I really enjoyed taking and editing the pics. And a warning, I've only just begun with them. I have about another 10-20 left to submit from this outing (I was smart enough to go ahead and upload them to my Sta.sh, so at least I don't have to wait for that). Then there's an outing I went on with my sister, rachkitty
, a couple of weeks ago. I have filtered the shots from that trip, and only just started editing, but there are plenty from that trip to upload as well.
Oh, and there's the project I mentioned a while back. I have picked out shots to begin that (61 - so be prepared) and edited most of them. I plan to get to uploading them soon, but I'm still contemplating if I've got what I want for it. I think I do. I have a whole plan to go along with them, kind of a guerrilla art tactic. I guess I can tell you about it, so you aren't completely in the dark and I don't have to dance around it anymore.
I took pictures of Denver through the bus doors. That is, I sat across from the doors, and took shots of the world as it is framed by the doors. I'm not 100% sure I'm done getting shots, but I think I am. That's how it was tied into public transportation just like my Instagram project.
Speaking of Instagram, if you haven't already, follow me and you'll get more shots (as well as a healthy dose of my private life, including some pics of my cats - I've really stepped away from that, though, and have been focusing on getting more artistic shots uploaded). I've been doing a bit of a street photography by taking pics of people (or the lack thereof: instagram.com/p/k-0Mv-ivKb/)
on the train. It's been quite fun, and eye opening. That is, taking their pictures, I realized that most people are oblivious to the world around them once they're on public transportation. I can't tell you how many people stood in front of me on the bus while I was holding a camera aimed *right* at the door. Seriously, completely oblivious. It's deliciously fun.
Okay, I'll get to submitting more pics soon. I'd love to hear opinions from people as I upload them, so don't be shy. I need to go back through and filter out more pictures (seriously, I don't need 1,000+ images on here) and getting some feedback would really help me get an idea of what I'm doing right/wrong and where I can improve.
Thanks to everyone who still pays attention to my page and my art! Please know that you are fully appreciated.