Stephanie on the farm in February. Direct sun is not a friend to swing-lens panoramic cameras.
On an unrelated note, I photographed a beekeeper this weekend for an editorial story and I'm looking forward to being able to post the images. I have a shot that I feel really good about for the magazine it's running in, and I have a shot I feel really good about for me. I'm wondering why they are different and if they should be[?].
Sometimes I shoot for a goal and sometimes I shoot for me. I'm almost always happier with what I shoot for me, so why do I ever shoot for anything else? I wonder if this is a compromise I should avoid or if it is just acting according to client needs. What do you think?