If you told me 3 months ago that I would be where I am today, I would 100% not believe you.
I haven’t done anything overly creative since the end of January (excluding my small stint with my photobook) so I’ve been neglecting this page for a while. But long story short, my national boards exam have been rescheduled, lectures have become virtual, restaurants and businesses have been indefinitely closed, and I find myself back in my home in New York for the time being. The future seems so uncertain.
BUT I have a very unique opportunity to practice my photography unhindered. I don’t have the luxury for portraits with social distancing, but I can try and explore further building my stock photography and print sales. In the meantime, I have to reteach myself how to do my usual editing workflow. Here’s some before-and-afters so you can see how I did. I’m rusty, but I think they came out alright.
If I know you personally, I hope you stay safe in these unprecedented circumstances. What a time to be alive.