As a kid, seeing imaginary things in the clouds comes so easily. At some point we start to grow up and realize clouds are just clouds. We see less with our minds and more with our eyes. We slowly cut the ties from our childhood into transitioning to the real world.
This shoot definitely didn't go as planned. It's a fail in my eyes, but failing leads to success. A lot went wrong and I'm not pleased with how it turned out. I wanted to share it anyway as a lesson learned. If every photo shoot went right I wouldn't improve.The key is to never give up. It's important to embrace your failures because it allows you to keep pushing forward. I left this on instagram for a while and decided to finally share it here.
I'm shooting tomorrow for redemption with a whole new idea. Keep creating <3
Hello! You can call me Robby =]
I have always been fascinated with images that people do not normally see.
For years I have been struggling to find ways to creatively express myself. Only until recently have I started to take photography very serious. It is through photography that I have been able to tell my stories...and show emotion through imagery. I am constantly plagued by images in my head and sleeping proves difficult at times. Yet, I am blessed to have the ability to express these visions through photography (to the best of my ability anyway)....and I hope to get better and stronger.
I have a lot of dreams and goals...and I won't stop until I complete every one of them. The ability of some photographers just blows my mind...but it is those people that I admire (and envy sometimes!) that pushes me forward. I want to make people feel, what I have felt through other people's work.
I want to provide inspiration to other photographers and eventually be known amongst the photography world; I want to prove that if you follow your dreams anyone can make it to where they want to be.