I have been trying to bring order to my life and to my art. Aren't we all? My days are full; often so full that I feel rushed and uncomfortable. Also, like a manic depressant (except my lack of control has to do with energy more than emotions), I have been going through cycles of extreme energy and extreme exhaustion. So here's the solution: I will be in the studio, creating art (and all the work surrounding that activity), four hours per day. I am hoping to gain a consistency in my energy level, and in the level of my art. I feel I am ready for this. I have read that the authors W. Somerset Maugham and Ruth Rendell planned their days around 4 hours of writing. Both were extremely prolific and extreme expressive. Watch me and see...
I have been making efforts to control the White Balance of my photographic reproductions. It is working. A few days ago I began using better lighting techniques by changing to the more even lighting of CFLs, and yesterday I spent an hour experimenting with different ways to control White Balance. The results are good: the reproductions today are closer to reality than seen here before.
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