The Photography Everyday Life
Digital photography is the most visuall way to express yourself in everyday life. This hub is a random collection of some pictures that document the last two years. I highly recommend purchasing a digital camera so you can document your own adventures, and have your own pictures to use for articles because people who take photographs from others without permission are laze balls. Also, it is just so much easier to take a picture yourself than having to search for someone who might allow you to use an image. Another reason I love to take pictures is because these often become inspiration for my later sketches and paintings. Recently I photographed a picture of Mount Baldy at sunset, which I used as a reference photograph for a colored pencil illustration that I created.
Photography From Southern California
Most of the photography included in this hub documenting every day life is from right here in beautiful Southern California, so if you have never been this region or are planning a visit, then here is a look at what we have to offer. Or at least life in Southern California from my perspective.
The pictures here are mostly from my adventures in the San Bernardino Mountains, or container gardening in my little yard. Also, I captured a couple of interesting photographs of the moon. There are also a couple of interesting pictures from the Blythe, California area in the photos above.
Sunsets up in the San Bernardino Mountains are mesmerizing to photograph, and to also draw from time to time. Also, I enjoyed taking pictures of wild flowers, and other plants during a hike on the backside of the San Bernardino Mountains, which is more desert like in its terrain.
Above are a few more pictures I took in while container gardening in my backyard. A self-portrait I took was the inspiration for a picture I drew of myself, so you never know when your silly and zany photographs might be used for an art project.
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