...the day started horribly. It got even worse. But if they were brave enough to play netball in a storm, surely I would be brave enough to photograph them?
I almost didn't go out that day, prefering to stay in the comfort of the house. Instead I took a chance, found the only dry part of the netball court, and snapped away. Good weather, bad weather, you are only limited by how much effort you want to put into it. I've shot in the wet with no lens hood and a plastic shopping bag with a rubber band around the end the only thing keeping my lowly Canon Kiss X3 from oblivion.
I have no budget for my photography: cannot afford better lenses and apart from the pop-up flash the only lighting I have is three desklamps. I keep myself interested by following through on my 365 day project: constantly changing what I shoot each day to avoid boredom. One day, the ocean. The next, buildings in town. The next? A random body part. The next? My bathroom taps. Keep doing it different, look for the fascinating in the mundane, and don't over think things. And if you aren't having fun and your not doing it for money, take a break for a bit.http://www.facebook.com …66733&id=505663819&ref=mf