Photo-A-Day #1834

I’ve been talking with my Business/Life/Career Coach Kim Ann Curtin. She has challenged me to reward myself with something special for accomplishing things that I never really celebrate. I just don’t celebrate things like getting guest blogging spots, or co-hosting podcasts or even being chosen to do something special with a major brand. I just see that as what I do, nothing too special or at least I don’t like to ring my own bell too much. Kim even set up a bragging post on her blog and encouraged people to brag about things that they’ve accomplished. Man that is tough for me.

So, tonight I decided that I would celebrate some of the recent victories by going down to the Speed of Thought Players, get myself a pizza and a beer and enjoy some improv comedy. I used to hang out here a lot months ago but then we got busy and holed up at the house for months on end. So to celebrate a little I took in a show. It was great to see some fun comedy and just relax. Sure I took some photos and did some tweeting but for the most part I was focused on fun tonight, not work. I miss being down here because I enjoy the players, they are really night folks and like the photos I take.

Photo Information

Date Taken: Apr 16, 2010
Camera: Nikon Corporation (Aff Link)
Model: NIKON D80 (My Flickr)
ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/20sec
Aperture: 5.6
Focal Length: 18mm
Flash Used: No
Mode: Manual
Lens: Sigma 18-250mm

Speaking of the photos. I screwed up tonight and didn’t charge the camera, I didn’t check the ISO either. I left the ISO at 100 and so I got this weird darkness but it kind of works with the photo. This was a lesson in being aware of the settings on your camera when you shoot. I pretty much got everything wrong tonight with the photos tonight but somehow they came out fairly decent. I’m not going to worry to much about it either.

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2 Responses to “World’s Worst Smurfs”

  1. Christian says:

    It was really great seeing you again, Drew… you’ve been missed.
    Hope things go better for you and you can make it to SOTP more often.
    I also dig the darkness element of the pictures… very cool and artsy.
    Be well,
    Christian