They say the luck of the Irish
I'm not Irish, I'm Scottish and a Celt. Does that count? It's not St. Patrick's day and St. Andrews isn't until November. So, why do I feel so lucky?
I found a photographer or did he find me? Or was it synchronicity?
However, it happened and things are looking up.
Please check out the work of Charles Gregory It is amazing. And, he has decided to help me out while he expands his portfolio.
I'll share more as we work together to bring you some amazing pictures of my work.
So how did we connect? My daughter was trying to reach out to photography schools to see if students wanted a little extra money. Nothing happened. Nobody returned our calls. I was getting despondent.
When people saw my items in person they loved them. Covid has stopped me going to fairs and my pictures on the other hand sucked.
Then being Scottish I got a tad angry. (I would normally say a wee ticky but I'm not in Scotland I'm in Florida.) Craig's list was my vent.
I know Weebly offers photography, which is great. I produce one-off items and was not prepared to trust mailing all that work out to a stranger.
Would you? Not me.
I got quite a response though few local and I wanted local. I learned from a photographer in Lutz that my $20.00 per article was under budget for a professional photographer. She said at least two to three times as much. Ouch!
I live on a fixed income and producing only one-off items from $10.00 to $75.00 that price made the photography untenable. Not only would I have no profit, but I also wouldn't pay for the resources.
Despondency hit me again.
This is when Charles crossed my path. Maybe all those rejections were synchronicity at work. Do you believe in synchronicity? I have learned to over the years.
And yes Charles said he would work with me. So, answer this, could there be the luck of the Scottish and the Irish are hogging all the glory?
What do you think? Let me know and don't forget to check out his work. He has a wonderful eye for color.
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