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Early Photos vs. Now: Seeing Progress as a Photographer

9 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Whelp! The Internet reminded me a few days back that I've officially been shooting photography for over 10 years now. I'll be honest, I thought my progress would have been further. I assume the end of my life will be something like what I am currently experiencing, which is “Wow, that went fast.” It seems I'm just barely starting to grasp the wise words of my elders when they told me “Time goes quicker than you think.”
Recent artwork from my 2018 RGG EDU tutorial. Both tutorials I've released with them are some of my favorite accomplishments.
In the spirit of anniversaries, let's see just...
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