So wraps up another year! I know this is what everybody says, but this year has flown by! Looking back at some of the goals that I've written down last January, I am please to say that I've accomplished, or at least touched most of them. My photography business has done fairly well and I've done over 26 sessions, not including the real estate gigs that I've so luckily have come across. One of my goals was to average at least 2 photo sessions a month and I was pleasantly surprised that I accomplished that. And for that alone I feel blessed beyond words.
My one little word for 2014 was, "thrive", and I feel I've stayed true to that. I've completed my 5th year of project 365 and my second year of Project 52. I'm excited to start anew.
My kiddos are both doing well. Both striving and excelling in school and in music.
I'm ready to write down some new goals for the new year!
Finally, I got a full frame sister camera to my 7D. I thought about getting the Mark lll for a while now, but decided against it for a couple of reasons. I decided to get the Canon 6D. Read here for the real differences. Anyways, I was a little scared that the buttons would be totally different than my 7D (which I still and will always LOVE) but to tell you the truth, they are basically the same besides the focusing toggle. Now I have a nice back up camera for my photo shoots. And I love that the 6D has wifi so I can snap a shot and send it straight to fb. :) Here are the first couple of shots from my newest.
I'm all about random photos. Note that I didn't custom set my wb, because I was just too excited to hear the click. lol I'm only on frame 11. Just like a new car....trying to take it all in slowly to enjoy little thing....
Okay, have to admit, there were many photos of them that I took just for me. (last two included :)
9 more days until Christmas! I've decided not to take on anymore sessions this year. I don't want to take on so much that it becomes more of a job. I have booked 4 sessions for 2015. Going to work really hard next year on learning more about post precessing and stream lining my workflow.