If you've ever committed yourself to a long-term project, you know how difficult follow-through can be. It's crazy how something so "fun" at the beginning can lose its luster several weeks in.
Last week, I had the opportunity to attend Photoshop World, a conference of everything photography. After three days of as many classes as I could mentally handle (and I can handle a lot), I came away with a lot of great information I'll be able to apply to my portrait photography as well as my photography business. One night as I was sitting in my hotel room mentally replaying the day's classes, I started thinking about the speakers and their passion for personal projects they've worked on. I thought about the weekly Shadowplay project - I'm just not into it anymore.
Time is short, and with summer rapidly approaching, it will also be at a premium. Therefore, I've decided to rededicated this blog to topics that are of more benefit to the reader. Of course, there will be photos to accompany the writing - just no more hiding in the shadows.
As an exit to this project, however, I'm posting some of the shadows I captured in Orlando.