More glorious weather in the Lake District. More lovely people to share this wonderful landscape with. And more mistakes by yours truly!
Having made the decision to make some fairly significant changes to my YouTube channel this week it was all about settling into my new regime. And learning about video lighting. And sound recording.
I have now been a professional landscape photographer for over a year. It has been the most wonderful year of my life but is has been the people that I have met along the way that have made it extra special.
As I approach the first anniversary of becoming a full-time landscape photographer I spend some time looking at my progress over the past 12 months and start looking forward to the year ahead.
There is a theory that in order to be successful you need to keep going no matter what obstacles you face. This week I got the opportunity to put that to the test. 🙂
Landscape photography can be difficult during the summer can’t it? Well if the last few weeks is anything to go by I am starting to think that that is nonsense!
One of the things that I love the most about my job is being able to share my passion for the Lake District and landscape photography with other people. This week I got to do just that in what has to be one of the most fulfilling few days that I have had since going full-time.
After a very busy few days I am able to take a well earned break. But you can’t just stop being a photographer can you!
After the challenges of lockdown it finally feels as though things are starting to slowly return to normal. With back to back 1-2-1s it feels good to be back out in the field sharing my passion for both photography and the Lake District.