...yep, only I would write a narrative about a repair shop :)...
When the glorious sound of the UPS truck rumbles it's brilliant, brown body down your block, your heart races while your epidermis covers itself with goosebumps.
Ah, yes, finally, after refreshing the tracking number page repeatedly, your new love has finally arrived!
Your brand new camera. Holy shit. You've adorned her lines each and every time you sat on your porcelain thrown whilst fingering your B&H catalog. Hard to believe she's arrived, the new (fill in your brand of choice) DSLR is really here. Never has a delivery person looked so beautiful as on this day they proudly prance to your front door. Delicately, they embrace your package that proudly reads fragile. On this day, that brownly clad courier of cargo has a unique glow about them.
Feverishly, you greet the carrier at the door. Nearly giggling like a school girl, you thank them again and again as you shakily sign for this precious package.
Sure, you remember that day as if it were yesterday. We all do.
I'm not a big believer in resolutions as I believe that you should be awesome everyday with no need to set a date to change your ways.
On the other hand, sometimes some people need a kick in the ass and today is a good a day as any to make a change if need be. Why procrastinate until this mystifying New Year's Day.
Now that that's out of the way, let's get on with today's post. . .
The Duality Of Me :: Lazy Lighting With A Most Practical Investment Of 2016.
What does it all mean?
Jeez, I could only imagine what a first time reader of this blog, words of literary genius, could be thinking this very moment. Or perhaps not thinking. Simply scratching their heads while staring at a can of CENTO crushed tomatoes.
Or maybe not. But those who frequent this blog may understand that today's post title, askew as it may be, is exactly the vibrations I like to put out into your brains.
Without further ado...
Although the Thanksgiving leftovers didn't begin as a food photography tutorial, over the last two holidays, it was just that. More importantly, I was building legitimate leftover sandwiches filled with dried out turkey, lumpy potatoes and other Thanksgiving accoutrements.
Guess what homeys and homettes? One of two variables caused the lack of tryptophan treats herein today.
1. I didn't take home enough leftovers.
2. My fat ass ate the savory sack of scrumptiousness rather too swiftly.
[New around here? I can be a real nerd, hence the forced alteration.]
So what happened? Why, on this fifth Thanksgiving Leftover post, is there not a sloppy sanwhich lying before your eyes?
After careful evaluation I came to the conclusion that I fell victim to both variables.
NO WORRIES! ...
OCF in the harshest high noon lighting situation :: rooftop photoshoot with Advisor Fox cofounder and CEO Ajay Rewari