I appear to have been writing lots of themed posts recently. I wanted to get back to the nuts and bolts of my photography work briefly for those of you who are new to my blog.
The areas of commercial photography work I specialise in are
- Architectural photography
- Construction photography
- Industrial photography
- Interior photography
- Landscape photography
- Stock photography
- Travel photography
A lot of my commercial photography work is never published for commercial reasons, so reading my blog you might think that I am just someone who writes about pictures he has taken and that I am not an actual photographer.
Hence this blog post.
Talking of which, there are going to be some changes coming up in the content of my photography blog.
I am going to write a series of posts all about my construction product photography work.
Then there will be a series of posts all about my interior photography work, and the new set of mages on my interior photography web page.
And then after that I am going to be concentrating for some time on one single photography trip I have recently had the pleasure of going on. And at the same time I am going to enter the world of luminosity masks.
I am going to start this piece of work, with the luminosity masks added in for good measure, mid June. I am going to give myself the luxury of six weeks to write about this on my blog. I am very excited to be doing this and giving myself time to completely process a photography trip.
When I say I am giving myself 6 weeks, I must clarify that this is in addition to day to day work etc.
Once I have done this I need a plan for some of my other trips. I need to spend some proper time on the images I have – I might schedule out one month per trip. Hmmm I sense another schedule coming on here. Yet another one. That is the last thing I want!
I am also trying to update my web pages, having updated the following pages
Interior photographer (see above)
I am going to try to get my commercial photography pages updated, starting with the images on each web page, followed by the text.
All this while working full time – lots to do then!