Fuji x100 (panorama mode), 1/110 sec at f/5.6, ISO 800

A little over a week ago I moved into my new place in Seattle. And if you haven’t noticed, things have been pretty quiet here on the blog … an out-of-state move plus a heavier-than-usual stream of work would be the culprit. I might still be sitting in a home full of unopened boxes, but I anticipate my productivity level will skyrocket and I’ll start tackling some writing projects I’ve had in my mind, and also photo-shoots that are still sitting on my hard-drive which desperately need to make their way to my stock portfolio.

This journey has been exciting, bittersweet and chaotic … yet definitely worth it. I’m excited to get my space set up so that I can start cooking and photographing food once again, and maybe get enough work done on the computer so I can run around and so some shooting in the area before the sun hibernates for the winter. This has definitely been an adventure, and something tells me my journey to “what’s next?” is nowhere close to being finished. :)

By |September 20th, 2011|6 Comments

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My name is Nicole and I'm a photographer, author, & photo-educator living in the US. I'm ACE certified in Photoshop, write articles for Photofocus, and do lots of traveling. I also have an online store, where I sell presets, actions, eBooks and textures. Please click here to learn more.

6 Comments

  1. Rich Newcomer September 20, 2011 at 5:32 pm - Reply

    Hey, Niki, you need to change your bio. It still has you living in Utah.

  2. Brian Matiash September 20, 2011 at 7:25 pm - Reply

    Glad to see that you’re getting settled into your new digs! Gotta love the Fuji pano mode.

    This may be just the kick in the ass I need to get my blog jumpstarted, too. Can’t wait for the PDX move as my excuse :P

  3. David Dunton September 21, 2011 at 2:19 am - Reply

    Beautiful panorama. Longtime follower (Google Reader), first time commenter. Best of luck in your new home town!

  4. Claudia September 21, 2011 at 3:15 pm - Reply

    I just know you’ll settle in well and comfortably. BTW, I’ve read your book cover to cover twice and found it clear and informative. It also confirmed that I’m not as far off track as perhaps I thought. Thanks.

  5. Welcome! I’ve lived here for 1 million years (since 1989) and love it. I’ve made my way north from Seattle all the way up to Marysville, but I’m still working daily in Seattle.

  6. TedR September 23, 2011 at 1:42 pm - Reply

    Welcome to the PNW! The sunrises and sunsets this time of year seem to be the best due to varying atmospheric conditions. Go out and enjoy the area. Despite what you may think, winters aren’t bad here and there is so much to do if you just go outside and try.

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