Earlier this year, I had an idea: stop looking and start taking pictures. Okay, that's an incredibly simplified version of it.
It started as an experiment. I decided to try taking pictures behind my back to see how much luck I might have—and beyond that, how much luck plays a role in photography. It was a way to stop thinking so much about every shot and see what happened. To further take control out of my hands, I decided to try using the randomize option on Hipstamatic.
The results have been hit or miss—as much of photography often is. We take a variety of pictures, some stellar and some...terrible.
Exhibit A: Hit :-) Exhibit B: Miss :-(
The more I thought about this idea (I know, that's a bit ironic), the more I wanted to pursue it. After talking about it with Richard Inonog (an amazing photographer, inspiration for Patrick Onofre, and also a guest on the Staying in Focus podcast), I decided to go ahead and dedicate a separate website to it.
Without further ado, I give you...