I've been a slacker and haven't posted a blog in a while. After looking back, I haven't written anything since mid-June. I can't believe 4 months have gone by so quickly. Things have been a bit slow in the photography area, but busy in other areas. I'm still doing some photography, I'm just not actively looking for clients to work with. I'll take jobs as they come up, if it's something I'm interested in doing. In the past I've taken work, any work just so I could say I was a working photographer. Now I'm being more selective. I'm just starting out on a personal project that I've pitched to a local retailer. I can't talk about it right now, but it should be released in the next month. It'll be the largest photo shoot I've done, working with athletes to produce an electronic catalog/magazine. I'll also be handling the pre-production, design and layout. I've been busy focusing on my own training over the last couple of months, specifically my marathon training. Which brings me back to this post.
It's been severals week since I wrote up a blog post. I've been working on a couple projects that have taken up some time and since I'm ramping up my training for my 2nd Half Ironman next month, there seems to be little time left to blog. Keeping with the triathlon theme, today's blog is from a triathlon I shot back in May.
The GOYA shoot returns. For those of you just tuning in for the first time, GOYA stands for, Get Off Your A$$. I didn't coin the term, but liked it when I heard it from Zack Arias. Basically, it's when I give myself an assignment or just shoot for myself. It's always a learning experience, fun and keeps my skills sharp.