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Venturing to Change

Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.

— Jim Rohn

And that’s exactly how I feel about my photography. As the year 2011 comes to an end, a new year is almost upon us and the word “change” resonates more than ever. I’m primarily a street photographer who uses the black and white canvas but admire tremendously the close inter-relationships that colors possess. This change has prompted me to think outside the box, think creatively, and explore new roads, hence my recent post of my Weekly Project 2012 that’s forth coming along with a new blog redesign to focus on what’s most important — the photography itself. So for 2012 are you taking any new roads with your photography?

Lady in Red — Panasonic GF1, Olympus OM 50mm f/1.8, Zone Focus


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  2. I just discovered your photography and I love it! I, too, am committed to trying to change my photography a bit in 2012 – to make it more personal, less landscape-oriented. I find myself enjoying color photography as well of late – not a good thing for a guy with a blog called Better in Black and White. 🙂

    • Jorge Ledesma says

      Hello Jeff,

      Thanks for chiming in. I like your blog as well and that self portrait on Flickr really left me dazzled. Yes, 2012 will certainly bring forth new changes. I’m glad that you’re heading down a similar path as well. I’m subscribing to your blog to follow that journey, looking forward to those posts. Excellent words and images from your X10 by the way.


      • Jorge Ledesma says

        Thanks Wouter, its a feeling I’m sure you can relate, when you feel you have to embark on a new discoveries in order to learn more about yourself and your photography.

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