It has been awhile since I posted something. It has been a crazy couple of months. Between keeping busy with projects here and there and the flood and more projects popping up, I have been go, go, go.
In case the news has not spread, Colorado suffered severe flooding across a wide area. Where I live experienced what the weather experts are calling a one in one thousand year event. The amount of water that fell for the given period of time is only has a probability to happen once in every one thousand years, is another way to put it.
What does this mean for me? Well, photography has been slow. I have bee focused on numerous other projects that my camera has been sitting in the pack for more time than I would like. There is also less accessibility to locations. Another way to say that is – roads were washed out, trails were washed out, etc.
On a positive note, I ventured into professional portraiture, as I will call it. I updated the church staff pictures with the help of my neighbor, who provided his lighting equipment. It was a good learning experience, and I may continue to pursue opportunities to take more portrait photos in the future.
I am also going to be diving more into DSLR videos. Once again, the church is going to be a platform for learning. I will be responsible for recording the church cervices to post on the webpage. That is part of the reason for the title of this post. I just received a digital audio recorder to use for better audio recording quality and editing capability. It is a Zoom H4n.
I look forward to learning more about DSLR videos as well as audio recording and editing. I may post links later, but will have to see how things go.