Two steps forward, one step back

Thursday, August 11, 2011 12:23 AM Posted by Hikari Studio

It's been a while since the last entry hasn't it! I've certainly noticed! In fact, it's been like a little goblin on my shoulder pestering me to get some content up. I have been meaning to for quite some time. A number of things have come up though. Although it is prime time in regards to wedding photography, combined with summer life and other factors, the main element keeping me from regularly updating the blog has become story telling.

I have a number of entries planned out but as of late I have been spending more time keeping in mind an arrangement of the various elements that make up a well rounded story. And so, I have been a bit stuck cutting some of the fat or filling out the empty spaces in the entries I have had swirling around in my head for a while now.

Things will come back into focus (har har!) once wedding season winds down a little. As things stand now there's a lot on the chopping block to work through. I'd rather hold back a little than toss something up that I'm not happy with. With that in mind the next few entries to me on a personal level are very important. All the more reason I aim to do them some justice.

In any case, I have for the first time in a while spent some good time travelling, spending time with old and new friends and exploring some (personally) new ideas to play around with and I truly look forward to discussing those things on here as soon as I can.

3 Response to "Two steps forward, one step back"

  1. Emi Says:

    I gotta say, you take amazing photos, I wish I could learn to be as good as you :) Too bad I missed the northern lights, but this picture definitely makes up for it !

  2. Hikari Studio Says:

    Thank you for the kind words Emi. I think we'll have some awesome shows this year. The past few weeks have seen some great lights already!

  3. Anonymous Says:

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    using photoshop? or another program?

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