Good morning everyone, it's a bright, clear day outside my window and Spring looks as if it's decided to stay!
Have you ever been offered something that seems to be what you need at the time and yet . . . makes you uncomfortable about accepting?
I've been offered the possibility of a job that falls quite a bit outside my usual artistic/commercial photographic zone. It offers a new door for me to walk through - maybe. The first job isn't paid well but I'd be doing it with an eye on building my presence/worth in this particular area over time.
The dilema I'm struggling with is that, although I appreciate the need for new revenue streams, I'm not sure I want to do photographic work that doesn't appeal to me.
So - financial practicality versus doing only what I enjoy. Do we actually get something valuable from doing the 'practical' in life? What do we gain by remaining true to our personal passions/path? It's a trade-off for sure.
I - during the time spent writing this - have made my choice. I have no idea if it's the right one but I feel lighter and at one with the sun outside . . . maybe that's as good as it gets!