I don't do many reviews anymore on gear and equipment, and I'm not buying stuff all the time either.
I did at one point, you should have seen that credit card bill.
Anyways, I'll be combining the Fuji Blog with the main blog going forward as to me, they are one and the same: my photography journey.
I do enjoy the technology side of things and all the advancements in the gear and the industry, as I'm a geek, but I know it's not for everyone. Always feel free to do a search on the search bar to the right or just click on a category you're interested in.
I'm excited to grow my blog further. I know 2017 didn't have a lot in it, although it had A LOT in it.
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Happy New Year everyone from Tomas Haran Photography.
2018 is going to be a great year. I'm already looking at getting a new camera or lens. I'm still trying to decide. I love my gear, but sometimes you need to add something to your kit. I'm looking to do more events and photography sessions. I did some headshots near the end of the year and I'm anxious to do more of them.
I worked again with some of my clients this past year and I'd like to continue working with them.
I've also decided to do more photography for me. I want to explore more, photograph more and really explore the world around me. Perhaps I can get my fiancé to come along with me on these journeys. So excited to make her my wife in the late fall this year!!
So, you can see I'm very hopeful and excited for this year.
Time to take some more pics!! Enjoy your new year!!
2017 is almost over, but it's been fun so far.
The weddings were fun, the photo sessions were fun and I re-connected with a photography friend.
This year I learned a lot about my photography, why I do it, and what I hope for in the future. It really is about the photographer and their desire to take photos and get better. At times it seems like you're photographing for other people, but it really is for yourself. Seeing things through different perspectives and exploring the photography world is what its all about.
My goal in 2018 is to continue to develop my work, work on some personal projects and to add some more variety to what I do. I want to explore more places with my camera and meet new people.
Also, I'll be having my own wedding this year which I'm super excited about. Its been a long time coming, but I found my other half and I couldn't be happier.
I think big things will happen in 2018 and I'm hopeful that my photography will grow as well.
Happy Holidays everyone from Tomas Haran Photography!!
2015 was such a great year for weddings. I met a ton of great people and their families and got to do a little traveling as well. I fell in love with Vermont, wandering around the Brown campus and re-visited the DC area.
I worked with some great photographers as well and met some really nice vendors. All the venues were great and of course I learned a lot this year about myself as a photographer, my style and my work flow.
I'm looking forward to the 2016 wedding season. This year I plan to only do 6-10 weddings and work on growing the portrait side of my business a little more. I'm also looking to explore some more around the state and bring you more "places to visit" articles.
I have another 30 days to really game plan my 2016 year in photography, but I'm pretty pumped about it.
I wanted to say thank you to everyone who worked with me in 2015 and I look forward to seeing some familiar and new faces in 2016.
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