I completely underestimated how difficult it is to take sharp, in-focus photos from a moving car until I tried it.
Even when the driver obliges by slowing down to around 20 mph, I’ve discovered it’s still not easy. Which is humbling when you think you may finally, after 2 years, be getting the hang of manual photography, and then something comes along to show you there’s always more to learn.
I’ve got a lot going on this week, so I’m keeping today’s post short. Current projects include an update to my An Artist’s Guide to Pricing ebook, setting up round 4 of the Color Palette Blog Walk, a couple graphic projects for client friends, and a brand new project that I hope to launch in a few weeks, which was inspired by my most recent D.C. trip. Despite the spinning brain, it feels great to be busy! Know what I mean?
P.S. Can you spot the random garden gnome in a photo above? I think it’s an adorable surprise.
P.P.S. These photos were taken on a trip to a few Virginia wineries. Virginia has somewhere around a hundred wineries, which I found not only impressive, but delightful. No real photos of said wineries other than small, growing vines in fields because I had other things on mind. You understand.