I did my first ever short self-portrait documentary film for a Documentary Production Class that I’m taking at AUBG.
The documentary is about my passion for photography – film photography to be precise. You can read a post I did a few months ago about the importance of film photography in my life here. And see some pictures that I took on my film camera here.
The film will soon (tomorrow-the day after tomorrow) be available on this website .
A flea market was always a dream place for me to go to. But since I grew up in a really small city, I didn’t have a chance to experience the beauty of not just shopping, but rather looking for interesting, viewy, extraordinary, peculiar and odd things.
Fortunately, I wound up in New York City a few days ago. And the first place I wanted to visit wasn’t Times Square or the Statue of Liberty. I went straight to the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market.
I can’t believe this is my 100th post on this blog. Time really flies fast.
I started this blog because I needed a place where I could put my thoughts, my ideas, photographs. I needed to share them. I needed an audience. It’s been just a few months, but I am SO thankful to every single subscriber and viewer. You guys are great. But I didn’t just want to post pictures and stories. By this whole blog I wanted to tell you that each one of us is beautiful in his/her own way, no matter what this way is. We all go different roads. We are all different. And maybe that’s really the point of life: to find the right path in life and stick to it. Not someone else’s. Your OWN way. With your own dreams and desires.
My blog is what my life is about: I have the privilege to go to different places, meet interesting people and, of course, take my camera everywhere I go, take pictures and then share with you to show that life is so beautiful. And if I managed to inspire at least one of you, I’d feel so so so great. Then it was really worth it.
This is my way. And no matter how hard it is, I stick to it. Everyone of us has its own story to tell, a path to follow. I go my way. What about you?