I said photography is not a hobby, it's a lifestyle. Once you liked it, your world changed. You don't see your ordinary view as that ordinary, instead you see everything in view finder point-of-view.
Last night, I was browsing through my photos archive, and I just realized, I haven't made any piece of photograph in 2011 that worthy enough, at least for me. I started to love photography on my last year of college, 2007. It started with an introduction to a local photography online community website from a friend of mine. He asked me to commenting on his photos. So long story short, I started to put my photos there. Started with a pocket digicam (borrowed from a friend of mine), then at 2009 I finally bought my first DSLR. I started to encourage myself with several commercial projects, some personal projects, several publications, but now at 2011, I ended with few new gears, but no project at all. I blamed it on my busy work life. Lame excuse, I know.
But now it's time to put some new year's resolutions. I'll put "Photography" on my #1 list. Time to get back on the field. And no, not commercial projects, but personal projects. Yep.
Meanwhile, I would love to share some of my personal works. I am blessed by all of these people around me, without them I would ended up nothing :) Few of them are prepared shots, and lots are lucky shots hehe...Got lucky so much :P
.Butter Sugar Bread, Holland Bakery. - did you ever have the best breakfast in your life? I did. It's just a simple roti sisir from Holland Bakery with some frozen fruits from fridge with a cup of tea. I don't remember what happen that day, but that surely was a beautiful day :DTravel
.One Evening. - At the rooftop of Imperial Building. It's the first time I went to rooftop that high!.Bromo. - one of the longest trip I ever had to watch a sunrise.