well damn, forget all that hard to find crap…lol. It’s a good game though I’d say…it seemed a bit ahead of it’s time when I played it…though I don’t know what that would translate into nowadays…but it’s not like you’re losing much trying it.
Why photography. How long have you been doing it? Is it what you’ve always wanted to do? If not, what else do (or did) you want to do?
I wasn’t always into photography…I got into it through graphic design. Working on images got me curious about how photos came out from the camera, and I wanted to learn photography just to take images for my design ideas. The more I learned about it the more I wanted to do it and when I started seeing how creative photography got, I just ran with it. I’ve been doing it going on 3 years now…started with 1 year of film, couple of months digital, and 1+ year of actually making it a business.
I’ve bounced around a couple of other things I’ve wanted to do. I grew up wanting to be a computer engineer, then wanted to be in the music biz, either rapper or producer, entered college for psychology, pursued graphic design on my own, added on marketing to my major, then switched to digital art and photography, which is where I’m at now. My actual career goal is to be a creative director of an ad agency though, it’s just my school doesn’t offer advertising, so I’ll probably jump into that after my degree.
Cause you’ll get into a situation with somebody, and then you remember that you’re not in a relationship with the person, so you can step out of the issue like, “Wait a min, I don’t have to take this…” It’s like having a pause button during a video game.
Bad part though is, unlike a video game, there isn’t a start button…
watching that video of Amber Rose getting “styled” by Kanye West, I don’t like her as much as I thought. Like, you saw the real her and I didn’t like it. Photoshop and make-up “do work”. She’s still sexy, her face just isn’t appealing to me as before. That’s just me though.
I realized I wasn’t a great fan of her face when the first picture of hers to seriously catch my attention of her was her from the back looking out a window.