Well, it comes to this, you all know how it goes. You have tens of thoughts, but none of them are enough to form full-fledged stories. You also have done some photos here and there, some really nice shots, but nothing extensive to form a project from. I hope it’s not just me, so here is a random post with random thoughts and random photos. Random!
Food photography requires lots of props, lighting, and time. And the biggest problem for a long while was time. While you can surely cook and take photos the whole day, usually work and other things make it so the only free time we have is in the evening. That’s not bad in any kind, lots of people only have free time at night. But it sucks when you have to take photos of food, guess why? It’s dark! like really dark, for your eyes it’s probably ok, but for the camera, the shadows become fetal.
We also dip our toes in product reviews, sure, we can’t claim to have tons of experience here. But as we do with restaurant reviews, the most important thing for me is to be fair. It’s actually the thing that drives me crazy most of the time, you don’t want to be too negative and look at all the details. But at the same time, you don’t want to be influenced by a few good words and run to write just praises. And since I can be very easily persuaded, this makes for a bit of a complication.
One day we decided to visit Acropolis, and we were pleasantly surprised by VEGFEST 2020 event. So what’s the best thing to do? Grab your camera, snap some shots, and maybe buy something delicious. OK, absolutely buy something delicious. Even better, I met my college there, she was working as a volunteer and helping with video.
The plan – the same as before, but now, I decided to also capture some footage so I can share it with my colleagues. After all, team works make dreams work and I also appreciate any help I get.
And some photos of these tasty olives with small pickles and oranges…
So while I have this problem of snapping photos that are too dark, I sometimes try to turn these shortcomings into something positive. I really like taking photos of clouds, weird objects, or just something a bit creepy. What to do, the best thing is to is to go home to my parents and find anything that looks “Interesting”. And since we have lots of old things hidden here and there, this is probably the best hunting ground for these types of photos. Like, dude, we have a freaking status just sitting there in the corner at our attic, why is it there? Who bought them? Was it some kind of a ghost? Can I be scared now? These and more of your questions wouldn’t be answered right here.
Now, I know that I have a different category for travel stuff, but since this is just a small trip with a few photos, I thought why not just put it here. Our goal this time was to visit Kernavė and go to Bardo Galeriją. We of course succeded, Kernavė is a place that I would suggest you absolutely visit if having the chance, there are large burial grounds, lots of archeological discovery, and the spirit of the middle age’s Europe still lingers here. Now, on to the Bards Gallery, it’s weird, creepy, scary, and I freaking loved it. Steve’s Vincentas Mitchellas is an amazing artist, that takes inspiration from tribal shamans, Lithuania old gods, or fairytales. These paintings are scary, brutal, and combine with the dark rooms it creates this idea in your mind – you are about to enter hell, but you’re kind of waiting for it. If you like this type of art I can’t stress enough that you should visit this gallery.
And I really like going kayaking, it’s so fun, you’re forced to not spend more time watching nature and less time just watching your phone. You can find some of the most bountiful and most tranquil places ever. Hell, it’s a good place to just freaking chill, so here’s some photos you son of a bitch.