Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Hanging the exhibition

Finally was able to get moving a little bit better lately and took a short walk up to a local coffeeshop while my wife was at her writers' club meeting. Took only the Fuji X100S with me as I try to get a better handle on how to "see" photographically with a single prime lens. Even after almost three years with the X100S and a couple of primes for the X-E1 (35mm and a Nikkor 85mm), I find myself still seeing images that I am not in position to get because the lenses are either too wide and too long. But as they say, "practice, Practice, PRACTICE!" So I will continue to plug along.
While sitting in the coffeeshop, I watched a gentleman hanging photos in the shop for a local photographer. I have often thought about approaching the owners about my work to see if they are interested but the work usually hung, either images or other art, makes me think my documentary-style work would not be interesting enough. But I did capture one image that I felt was worth keeping as the hanger took a closer look at his efforts.

As always, make a comment!! Let me know what you think! Until next time, keep on shooting...

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