Yes people. I’ve moved on.
I started learning photography two years ago because i want to have a hobby that’s easy to get started. I began with a couple point-and-shoot cameras, but everything i know about photography i learned from a used Nikon DSLR i bought online. From there, everything went like a whirlwind. I created a weblog and called myself the Shutter Slacker. I got a few recognition from fellow bloggers and even taught basic photography at one point. Having a blog fueled me to shoot more so i can post more and maybe make a name for myself online.
A year later, i had to sell my DSLR because of financial reasons. Since then, posting on my blog became very scarce even if i finally got a new camera. I don’t know, i guess i just got too laxed until i lose the desire to go on. Shutter Slacker is, for me, a huge success, and it’s sad that i let it die a slow cyber death. But i just couldn’t push myself. :’(
Shutter Slacker gave me one of my best blogging experiences. Being able to share my work with people who appreciated it was beyond amazing. But right now, i have to set my priorities straight first, figure out what i really want, and then pick up from there. I’m no longer the Shutter Slacker. She was a serious, DSLR-wielding photographer. I am now just a little snapshooter.
I’m currently working on a new and much simpler photoblog. Only pictures and captions — no long and wordy posts. It’s still under construction but you may want to take a look at it and let me know what you think:
ODEEISAWESOME | SNAPSHOTS
You can also catch me at my personal blog, http://odeeisawesome.wordpress.com
Again, a huge and heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported my craft through the months. And to Christie, Stef, Prima, Joshua, Chester, Ayla, Anna… you guys were the ones who drove me the most to shoot. Thank you! :”>
THANK YOU THANK YOU.