When going from taking pictures of scenes to people something is elevated in the heart of photographer. I think what I needed to get inspired to take pictures again, of anything, was actually to take this gem of a picture of my mom. Me and my mom went to the mountains gathering moss for the winter and my mom did this funny pose the second the shutter went down, and it turned out it was just the right moment. My mission has always to be to take pictures of everyday beauty, but I haven't always been extremely picky about portraits, not to mention my own. I want portraits to become a bigger part of my photography. I want to learn to recognize the perfect light for a portrait, the perfect moment. I want to take the portraits in such a way that they tell stories. Also I want to find a way to be perfectly comfortable with taking pictures of people, and not feeling like I'm intruding anyones privacy.
//PS. I loved this article I came across by Aubrey on lessons she learned about blogging. For quite some time I have been wondering how I should continue this space. And I like the thought that there are more and more people out there that keep their blogs as a personal space, and that it doesn't contradict their professional presence online. //