corophotography.com is BACK!
So corophotography.com is back! It’s kinda crazy how the last two years it was just out in the interwebs being owned by different entities. Speaking of this website being back, it is truly a testament of how the universe conspires to help you on your journey- yes, that escalated. But to give perspective on that remark, every now and again I would nostalgically check to see what was parked in this corophotography.com space. And then, when I make the conscious decision to take my photography show back on the road, the space is available and now- here I am! This has been an obsessive process for me. From the moment I purchased the website name and a place to store all this information- and essentially part of my life, it’s all I’ve been doing or wanted to do; it’s all I can think about. Much like life, this is truly about the quest.
I’d be remiss if I didn’t discuss what sparked this inspiration and subsequent action. Eric Kim is a notable street photographer/teacher/mentor that I’ve been following off and on for the last…ten years now? He posted a blog about, “How to Start Your Own Photography Blog,” and I took his uncensored wisdom and ran with it. Not only has this been refreshing from a creative/entrepreneurial standpoint, but it feeds my IT side as well. I’m learning so much about CMS (content management system(s)), through use of WordPress, and how to design and create a fluid experience for a website. It’s rather thrilling!
This also has been such a great balance to shooting and editing photos. It’s very easy to become so one-tracked that your art starts to suffer or you begin to feel burnt out. Being able to pull from different interests to fuel something that is an extension of yourself is really invigorating. I think no matter where you are in your quest, you can certainly begin. Don’t get caught up in the, “how’s,” of what it is you desire, just allow it to happen. And as my beautiful partner likes to tell me, “Trust the process.”