Depression in a bastard
I think I am losing my mind, I have had 4 really bad days. And I try not to show it, but I am losing. I feel sorry for Sue with everything she is going through and she has me not talking just sat in my room deep in my thoughts.
It seems to be the tiniest things that get me going down, and I have no control I just go down, I am trying very hard not to go deep down but it’s very hard.
Back to Rotherham.
Last week Martin and I went back to Rotherham to shoot, to start off we were looking for a very old crane that was in an old coal stocking yard near the centre of town, but it’s now in a private yard and you can’t get to it, so we just had to improvise and shoot from the road and over the river, I did manage to get a few good shots.
After that it was a very short drive to another part of the canal in fact it was just the next lock down from the last time out, but this section had some great bridges and the railway so very good for photography.
In town I used aperture priority like last time out, and found it ok as I was shooting fast, but I found that shooting by the canal and some of the bridges it didn’t work as well so reverted back to full manual because the light was harsh and very contrasty and I kept getting the wrong exposure so manual was the way to go.
I am making a new talk/lecture for the camera clubs, but instead of prints it’s going to be digital images, so I have been looking back at my old stuff and found from about 2002 when I first went digital to 2013 it was mostly motorcycle racing images and not a lot of anything else. So it’s going to be a short talk!
I have worked out I need approximately 130 to 150 images to last for a 2 hour talk and at the moment I have 3 so looking good!