Falling in love is as addicting as cocaine or nicotine. .
No, really. Dopamine, a chemical that is released during the initial attraction stage of the relationship is also activated when using cocaine and nicotine. It gives you that rush of pleasure and happiness that makes those drugs so addicting. It also enhances the release of testosterone, which as stated above is essential for attraction. I suppose falling in love would be the safer drug of choice if you had to choose between the three.
I've been questioning my motives in photography lately. I want to create art, be unique, and shoot raw emotions- but I can't help but feel as though I'm playing a game of keep up with other talented individuals. I know in my head it's not about the competition or about always saying or posting the right things- but it's so hard to not want to do what other successful photographers are doing. Of course inspiration is powerful but so is individuality and utilizing our very own passions to make art. I want to let my passions lead my creativity in order to give my viewers, my clients, and myself an outstanding experience. That being said, I think my work is going to start heading in a new direction- I want to experiment more, create more, and exercise this mind which was made to be unique! I don't even know what's in store but God does and he's the one writing this girl's story. 👊🏼 I can't wait.
Also, look at these stunners! Can't wait to deliver this gallery to them pronto!
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