Oct 30, 2019
As I prepare for an annual photography gig I have in the next few weeks I am reminded of just how similar putting the pieces back together after losing someone is just like putting together a photo shoot.
The event I'm photographing is an annual event I've done for 4 or 5 years now and even though it's different each year, there are certain elements that stay the same. The program is the same, put the speakers as well as the attendees are different.
In grief there is sadness whenever someone dies, but the hurt is different because the relationship with each person who passes is different.
Even if I try to mirror the same environment for photo sessions that I'd like to be the same, there are still subtle differences based on weather, location and other factors.
Regardless of the situation, however, I'm constantly making adjustments to get the best pictures possible.
In life as you try to get back to some sense of putting the pieces back together, how do you adjust to situations that have you spiraling out of control?
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