I really love photographing, I’ve loved it for a long while. It’s a whole different thing if I’m good at it but I enjoy it tremendously and that’s the point. But it’s just a fact that I don’t really happen to photograph much in my everyday life, when really “nothing” is happening besides school and all that fun stuff. So, in my first term of the year I took an extra art course (!!!, I’m otherwise not an art-person) which was photography and I wanted to share some of the results. I don’t know if I learned that many new things about photography but at least it made me go out with a camera more and maybe helped to see more beautiful and precious things in that everyday life that we so often forget to appreciate. We had different tasks like portraits, shadows, perspective etc. but I don’t categorize those here. Still, I do think they have one thing in common, I think they have this very autumn-like feeling in them, like something’s ending. Like I wrote in that August post a while back. And it’s true, something is ending, so all I could do was to make it as pretty as I could. Hopefully I succeeded in some way.
P.S. In case someone’s wondering, most of these are taken from central Helsinki and the seaside near my home but some also from my other hometown Porvoo 🙂