I am not a professional photographer, just a hobbyist. I don’t mind ‘exposing’ my hobby (photos I’ve taken) on any of my blogs (I have 3) eventhough some have been taken without my permission. Exposing my photos is the only way that I can get feedback from photographers, both pros and amateurs. Feedbacks serve as pointers.From them I learn, that’s a fact.
But I can honestly say that I learn the most from experimenting. I can claim that I’m self taught. That is true not only in how I take photos but also when I’m preparing dishes in my kitchen. Fortunately in the kitchen I have been successful 90% of the time, how I can say that? Because my husband whom I do most cooking for is such an honest critique. He isn’t shy to tell me if the food presented to him was good or not. So far, so good
When it comes to my photos, I am my biggest critique, so far. Although Mr. Critique, friends, people, who see my photos attest that they’re good, I still throw away 50% of them…because I am hard to please.
I guess I just want to be better eventhough this is just a hobby. That isn’t so wrong, right?
flower found in the backyard.