September 6, 2011 jennyrain

Fisheye Wishes and the Photographer’s Waltz

Last week I went to my local camera shop to try out their Nikon 16mm 2.8 fisheye lens.


I say this in the most photog-geeked-out kind of way.

With it, I could turn a simple picture of a store into a masterpiece of design…

Or a sidewalk into a curious architectural maze…

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I break things and trip a lot. I like to chase things like dreams, goals, ideas, and raindrops. I create things with words. Writing has been an outlet since I first discovered the magic empty space of a journal. Words dance around in my brain and often land amidst scraps of paper, find their way into journals, or etch themselves into blinking pixels. I hope my words fall like rain on tender souls in need of refreshing. Finding photos in random moments helps me share stories. During a trip to Africa the perfect trifecta of my first DSLR, mission trip, and dream-location happened and my love of photography became a reality. I'm currently writing my first book, "Will They Laugh if I Call You Daddy: Growing up with 2 Dads in an Evangelical World," I'm a board member for One Million Kids, and I believe that every kid of an LGBT parent should have an opportunity to #ChangeTheConversation with their story. My bio remains in process because I am.

Comment (1)

  1. Moe

    I love that you get such excitement from a lens. That shows your passion and love for photography. It’s so cool to see that. 

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