Ten days have already passed of my hrd365 days challenge, and I can say that this won't be so easy as I thought. I often found myself wondering what was the meaning behind starting this challenge in the first place, but then I reminded myself about the pozitive thing it can bring to my creative workflow, to my memory recollection and overall to myself as a person. So, I kept on going.
I need to shoot a photo a day until I find my passion for photography and creating again.
Some days were harden than others. I found myself doing right what I wanted for that day, but there where days when I couldn't really put my feeling or experiences of the day into one picture. Also, sometimes (like yesterday) I just didn't have the right mindset or recourses (a.k.a time) to do anything. On these situations I often would go throught my old pictures and come up with new perspectives, ways on which I can form them. Make them sparkly and new! :D
The making of...
In this following section I will tell you a little bit about the photos taken uptil now. This way you can understand better the reason behind it and after the year has passed I will be able to recall my memories better.
~ Iulius Parc sphere ~
While waiting for my order from Mado fast food to arrive I had 5 minutes, so I decided to go out and see the view from the Iulius Mall's balcony, and it was worth a shot! I ended up doing a fish-eye panorama on my phone.. but it was a little of, because I missed the upper and the lower part of the circle.. so with a little post-processing I ended up doing his sphere like thing. Ok, maybe I was a little under the influence of Interstellar's Worm Hole, and I wanted something that resembles that.
In the description of the image I said:
We often our entire life, just to find it right at the end of our days.
This is because I just received horrible news. Somebody close to our family has just passed away. Even the weather outside was cold, sad and foggy. I wanted to capture the feeling of loneliness, of the blindness and helplessness that we suffer all our lives. The blindness of what will happen tomorrow. The helplessness, that we can't grasp what is in front of us, just like we can't grasp the fog, even though it is very thick.