Learning

11.10.2013“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
(Mahatma Gandhi)

I’ve started my first ever photography studies. It’s always wonderful and fascinating to study something you are really into. And I think it is never too late for learning. Another weekend ahead, I hope you will have a good one!

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      1. Yes it is, now leaves are falling down a lot already… but the colours are amazing. I hope this beauty will still last for a while.

      2. The colours truly are great. Jealous? Shouldn’t you be enjoying your Spring over there 🙂 Guess who is jealous here, a little bit 🙂

  1. Nice photo Elina great bokeh. Good luck on your studies. I originally took a course in the 1970’s and found it interesting, and 40 years later I’m still learning. It’s a never ending process but as you say enjoyable if you are into it. 😀

    1. I think photography has changed so very much since your course, it’s great you have the old school knowledge also. I think nowadays it is so easy to find all information on the internet, just it is always more fun to learn in a group and it’s more interactive. And I couldn’t agree more, it is a never ending process. Thank you for a lovely comment Joe, and sharing your experience. 🙂

  2. A lovely photograph with good use of the limited depth of field. Enjoy your studies – and good luck! I love the quote by Gandhi – and so appropriate in this setting.

  3. Elizabeth Krall says:

    I especially like your photos such as this one, with a very tight focus, and have found myself looking at things and wondering how the photo would look if YOU took it! I’ve even taken a few in ‘your’ style (not posted them though). Perhaps, if you get even better via your studies, I’ll pick up your learnings by osmosis? 😉

    1. I am so glad to hear that you like the shallow focus photos. They are my own favourite too. In fact it was the first thing I checked out how to achieve when I got my DSLR camera 🙂 It’s so wonderful to hear that you have found yourself looking at things through “my lens”. It would be very interesting to see your photos, I hope you will post some one day. I think the osmosis idea for learning is fantastic 🙂 Thank you Elizabeth for a heartwarming comment!

      1. Hi Elizabeth! Somehow I didn’t know you had a second blog for photos. That post and photos are wonderful and you can’t believe how happy and flattered I am for having inspired you 🙂 Thank you so much! I’m excited to follow your photography and get inspired in return 🙂

  4. lovely photo and text, thought it was a dragonfly at a glance.
    best of luck in your photography course, always fun to study something you have an inclination and passion for. wishing you a good week ahead.

    very best regards,
    kap

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