Making Family Portraits in Connecticut Even More Real
I'm working through a 365 (here are my first and second weeks). This week I'm sharing weeks 3 and 4, because last week was a doozy and I didn't get the chance to share. Anyways, it was a bit of a struggle. I got to the point where I didn't feel like I was making interesting opportunities to make Real family portraits. I didn't feel like pushing myself. I didn't want to open my brain up. I felt like there was nothing around me that would push me. I'm working on making the most Real family portraits in Connecticut and just one month in and my creative brain wanted to crap out.
Don't worry, I didn't crap out on you guys. I just. kept. picking. up. my. camera. This is exactly why I'm doing this project, to fight the doldrums, to expand my brain, to push through when I don't feel like it. Looking back at the pictures I made, yes, some of them seem too "easy" but also, I tried some things I wouldn't normally try and I put in the work. After all, art is hard.
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