Yes, and fewer automakers.Less cars?
Not every shot has to be pretty. Learning to be okay with this, I’ve found, can be quite good for your soul.DAY 21 - I confess, two thirds into this challenge and shooting regularly for it became oppressive. I found myself in a place where photography became almost the opposite of what it means to me usually - a creative outlet without pressure to produce, meat deadlines and oblige clients; just a personal joy of observing and exploring the world and myself in it. Now with an (self imposed) obligation to have at least kinda pretty if not strong or meaningful image each day, I felt overwhelmed and tired and had to kick myself in the butt to get at it once again. I argued with my grumpy self that, even if I decide to drop everything, it would be beneficial to at least stretch the legs, and that by just strolling the streets for an hour or so I'm bound to stumble on something intriguing... And I did. Shot with Minolta MD 50mm f1.4 lens mounted via speedbooster on Sony A6000:
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