Photography as Therapy
Written by: Tiffany Joyce
It’s been too long since my last post. As bloggers, as writers, as photographers, as people I’m sure you can relate to my recent state of being – some change has happened in my personal life that I needed a step back. It had been seven days since I picked up my camera. And that is just not like me. I needed to find some space both physical space and mental space. I was waiting for “it” to hit me…I was waiting for a sign or a moment or a glimpse to say “Hey, start capturing the moment again”.
Tonight I got an e-mail from the very kind person that runs this great blog just checking to see if I had fallen off the map and before I even opened the e-mail I felt the nudge I needed to pick up the camera.
Here’s a glimpse into my evening with Lexi. The lighting was poor but everything else was just perfect and I’m proud of these shots both from a composition/settings stand point but more importantly I’m proud of the moment that I now get to remember and treasure forever. Because THAT is what photography is really all about. Right?
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