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My Real Life Hobby: Blurry Runway Photography

30 Aug

I have a lot of hobbies: drawing, painting, sewing, knitting.  Most of these hobbies have been sucked into my professional work, leaving me with very few completely “just for fun” hobbies.  Apparently one of these “just for fun” hobbies is runway photography.  Specifically, I like blurry runway photography, but really any kind is fun.  I don’t know why, but I just LOVE taking photos when I go to runway shows.  I’ll leave “real” runway photos for the professionals, but I really truly enjoy going to shows and just playing.  There’s no pressure to get a good shot.  My brand doesn’t depend on any of the photos I take.  It’s just me enjoying making art. I think this is probably what having a hobby feels like:  FUN.

Designer: Jenny Pool

From Dan Richter and Buf Reynolds’ VESSEL fashion show.

Designer: Buf Reynolds

Designer: Dan Richters

Designer: Dan Richters

Designer: Angela Balderston

Designer: Angela Balderston

Hope you enjoy my blurred runway photography as much as I enjoy creating it, but really it doesn’t matter because I will continue to do it regardless of anyone’s opinion.  HOBBIES ARE FUN.

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Posted by on 08.30.13 in art, Fashion, Side Projects

 

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4 responses to “My Real Life Hobby: Blurry Runway Photography

  1. Sarmistha Goswami

    08.30.13 at 3:03 pm

    This is an unusual hobby and a very interesting one! Your photographs look like pieces of art! I totally live them. They are beautiful. May be you’d consider exhibiting them sometimes! Thanks for sharing 🙂
    Do visit my blog as well : http://littlebookoffashion.wordpress.com

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  2. Mary Breedlove

    08.31.13 at 7:44 am

    Amazing Audi, I love it! SO many people don’t even take the time to appreciate the beauty of the lines in blurred pictures are just assumes they are “bad-ones” because they aren’t perfectly clear! Awesome hobby!

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    • audiohelkuik

      09.09.13 at 7:51 pm

      Mary: I’ve taken more “bad ones” than “good ones” so now I can discern different levels of cool within both categories. Making art by making mistakes.

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