Happy Friday! There's one thing I've wanted to share with all of you and I haven't had the chance. This week has been a blur. Frantically making weepuls (hundreds of them) for the middle school's jog-a-thon. Squirrels, whales, goldfish.... Oh and trophies. Which I didn't take photos of. (Why I always leave things to the last minute--argh--I'll put 'change that behavior' on my list of things to do.) But that's not it. For those who haven't seen this site, it is a newsletter photo site that I receive their newsletters via e-mail. "Photojojo." There you will find tons of different things to do with your camera, techniques, fun creations you can make, and things you can buy if you want. What I like the most about it is that you don't have to pay for being a member and they don't send you spam junk. Safe, fun, and interactive. YOU can also submit ideas for them to post. So I challenge all of you "oh so extremely creative types", get on it and submit! (No I am not getting paid for this. And I don't advertise on my site.) But when I saw this photo that they sent on the newsletter today, I thought, OK, now I've got to send this one out.
I think we can all relate to the "Keep Calm and Snap On" quote.
How many times have you done crazy (or stupid) things while taking photos?!!
Hey, I almost toppled over my camera on a tripod at a wedding, had my hair sitting in holy water during down time at a church, and had goop on my lens and couldn't figure out why the photos were looking cloudy-but gave everything a really interesting look! What are some of your "Keep Calm" moments?
PS: Photojojo gave this and two other photos for bloggers
to add to their site. Feel free to do the same!