Here’s some more of the pictures that I took at the Pisgah Covered Bridge last Monday because I’ve already run out of assignments I’ve shot so far this semester. Even though we’ve only been second years for two weeks they have been the longest two weeks of my life. We are in class almost every day of the week from around 8:30 in the morning to almost 5 at night and whenever we’re not in class we have to be in the studio shooting or in the computer lab editing or in the print lab printing our final images and it’s exhausting. Then we spend all morning on Fridays touring different commercial studios in High Point or Greensboro and that’s really nerve-racking. The more I learn about the commercial photography world, especially in North Carolina, the more I regret changing my major. Although I’m pretty sure I would have hated PJ even more so, I’m really not sure what to do. I definitely don’t want to spend the rest of my career shooting furniture which is what I’ll have to do if I stay in NC, but I don’t have the money to move out of NC, at least not yet. Also, I’m still really not sure how to light things properly and I haven’t been in a lighting class in over a year so I don’t remember most of the things I learned and lighting is one of the biggest aspects of commercial photography so LMAO I might have ruined my life but, whatever, I guess it be like that. I also might not be able to go on internship because I’m late every day so the teachers don’t want me to represent RCC like that so…… might be dropping out after these first 8 weeks are over ahahahahahaha everything’s fine. πŸ™ƒ


2 thoughts on “whatever

  1. I feel the same way about the studios we’ve toured. I’m not interested in furniture one bit, but maybe something good will come out of it even just learning different lighting and composition techniques. Also girl don’t drop out! You take really good photographs and are supposed to be in this program.


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