There's something terrible about digital, both in general and specific. I think for the very first time I actually looked at this one in full scale. You probably won't notice the haunting artifacts unless you look very closely, or you're one of those permitted to see the full scale image. Anyway...
That's it. I'm procrastinating and pushing myself to a strange exhaustion, probably because I'll be seeing my parents a little later today, for the first time in over a year, and I'm conflicted about that, guilty, trapped, pummeled... You can pick your term and I've probably felt it sometime recently.
I'm going to add in a book that's helped me resolve at least some of my photography issues, if not my persistent feelings of ineptitude and such. Also, if I don't do this soon, Amazon might shoot me, or cut off my Associate "privileges." Anyway, I'm in love with Freeman's books, and even though this one is probably the hardest to read, it's also the one that has probably helped me the most over the past year or so, even though I didn't do so badly with exposure issues before I started reading it. And now I have someplace to point to when I talk to people about exposure.
Let's see how that worked.