I really enjoy the city. Yesterday walking around the downtown core, I thought to myself, "just the same old Toronto, not much new." To a certain point, that's true. Unless we truly focus in on the life and action that's happening all around. To be quite honest, even as I took the photos, I didn't see much. It wasn't until I sat down to review my photos, I suddenly saw the little details of life. Weird eh, I guess that's another reason to take photos.
For the last little while I've been spending time reworking my workspace at home. Switched the bedroom and workspace around for more natural light and replaced a few pieces of furniture. The walls are still empty though, but I'm hoping to have something up soon. Anyways, here's a look at it so far.
I've been in a creative funk lately. Not sure what to shoot, not sure which photos to share. I'm not seeing much through my lens, and everything seems pretty dull. I think as photographers, it's only natural to go through these stages of creative slumps, and when we break out, it's when our creativity and our photography truly grows.
I like to think I take pretty nice photos, and that seems to be precisely the problem. They're "pretty nice", but not unique. So as of now, I'm on a quest in searching for my own style. I will shoot what I like.
Maybe these few photos below is a start.