Setting down the camera!

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  1. PreludeX

    PreludeX TPF Noob!

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    Well... im gonna set down the camera during my spring break... i need to take a break for awhile before i get burnt out... ive been having fun shooting for some small companies these past few weeks.. but its really stressing at the same time.... so im gonna take a photographic break (about a week and a half long) and just relax cuz it all starts up again in 3 weeks
     
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    Sad to hear that :( But hopefully you will be able to enjoy your break.

    I'm shootin for the opposite and am using my break to take as many pics as possible :)
     
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    yeah... lately ive been in the studio for about 15 hrs a day and almost 5 days a week... its starting to wear me down...so im in break mode.. plus i havent shot any 35mm in a couple of weeks :S actually more like a month....
     
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    Well hurry up, recharge your batteries and get shooting again. I always enjoy seeing your photos. :D
     
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    Why is this a sad thing? Everyone needs to take a little break from everything eventually. Everything is like water...too much and you'll drown.
     

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