I'm alive and back editing photos!
As some of you know, in mid-2018 I had a health crisis prompted by an anaphylactic reaction to peanuts. I aggravated my immune system so much that I was too sick to edit photos for over a year. In the middle, a lot of related life things happened - I started a new job, and we moved into a single-level house in no small part because I was too ill to tackle the stairs in our old 5th floor walk-up apartment.
I'm starting to feel better now (yay!) and I have a new computer set up in the house, which will allow me to return to photography.
For everyone whose shoots are waiting, I appreciate the time you took to shoot with me, and I haven't forgotten you. I will not be taking new shoots until I catch up on all your photos. This means that I will not be booking shoots into 2020. There are 5,000+ unedited, unsorted photos in my library right now, so please be patient and know that I will get to you in the next few months. I plan to do them in approximate order oldest to newest, but there might be a little shuffling - I'm a creative human, not an assembly line, and some photos are easier to edit in between more complicated/heavy fx shoots.
Thank you for your understanding, patience and support. I'm really excited to get photos back to you, and I hope to collaborate with you all again in the future. ⭐️📸 by me of Kinkaku-ju, the Temple of the Golden Pavilion. If you look closely, you can see cherry blossoms fallen in the water. ⭐️ #landscapephotography #landscape #japan #travel #japanphotography #sonya7iii #sonyshooter #28mmf2