I had what you would consider a bad week.
When I say bad week, I mean having to wait for almost an hour to get on the bus in a wet and cold Winter morning to get to a day job where I'm starting to think that my efforts are not being appreciated; having to turn up to class without my homework because I spent most of my day in a day job and didn't have time to finish my homework; having to spend less time making pictures when I wanted to do more because I have chores to do, pets to care for and a business to work on.
Anyways, that aside.
I was contacted by the owner of Modern Cat for an interview after she saw my comments and followed the link to my flickr site. In the interview on pet photography, I briefly talked about how long I have been making images of pets, what I shoot with, how I go about making those images, what I think one can make a great photo.
At times I felt like giving up my photography passion when I have a bad week. Not because I don't have the state-of-the-art equipment or the latest tools but because I have set myself a goal to achieve and I do work very hard — and time is scarce for me having to juggle 4 pets, 1 boyfriend, 1 day job and a passion for animals, especially the abandoned ones that I wanted to help so badly.
I felt as if I have been given a 100 brownie points — someone did like my work even though it's not my day job!
Does it mean Mr Big and PF are going to be famous now?