My last days on this planet. I am ending my search for life forms on this planet. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any trace of life. This is an abandoned planet. Just like the other planets I've visited. After I've done my final research, I'll have to prepare my spaceship for a new voyage. I'll post a few more photos from this planet. While floating in space, maybe we may have a communication problem for a while. When I set foot on a new planet, I'm sure I'll be able to reconnect. I will give you new information with the photo I will publish next. Some exciting facts about the planet I'm going to travel to. Stay tuned.
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Camera: Canon EOS Kiss X7i
Photograph by Yusuf Alioglu
Location: Outer space (space)
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Spent most of my time taking pictures of Stephanie being serious. One of my first models, the goal back then was to take a Good Shot, and that mostly meant having the models give me a neutral expression, no fake smiles, no exaggerated faces. Understated.
But, as a result of that, I rarely captured Steph's natural smile, which is a banger. It would often require me saying/doing something silly, so what I'd capture would elegantly shift from unabashed to nonplussed.
Took a good many years for me to realize the value of an authentic smile, to have the equipment to competently capture one. It's still something I don't photograph enough, but I'm working on it.
Progress, not perfection (he yells from the highest mountain top).
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