- Nikon F3. Ilford XP2. 50mm/28mm lens.
For one reason or another, I have been feeling a little better as of late. Ideas are flowing, I’ve been making playlists for my podcast and am thinking about trying my hand once again at some basic programming(understanding programming language would greatly improve how I function with my web).
Going to see the World Press Photo event last night inspired me. The second floor had a section reserved for local documentary photography talent and I thought to myself: I can do that. I have been sitting on 5 years worth of tree planting pictures. A lot are ordinary and some are bad, but I truly believe that there are some special pictures among them; pictures that honestly capture the life of a Canadian forestry worker. The point is is that, I’m going to finish working on this past summers work and look into submitting a portfolio to some small art/photo magazines. I could get nothing but rejection letters but it is better than not doing it.
After a year in a creative slump, I am slowly crawling my way out.
Change is good and this change means simplicity and easier navigation. Instead of a 4 or 5 different domains, each disconnected from this blog, you can now visit jeremyfcohen.com and be able to access any of my projects. The podcast will remain at teeenagepornography.net but the website now links back to the main blog.
Please feel free to look at my photography portfolio as it has been updated and overhauled.
Anyways, I got it back and it turned out to be from 2 years ago. I shot one roll of film with my Holga while tree planting and completely forgot it existed.