For me, photography started very simply as a way to document experiences, but that view evolved several years ago when I realized how much I enjoyed capturing different subjects ranging from wildlife to architecture. There are multiple questions that factor into my process. Which subjects do I find appealing? What angle should I take? How do I fill the frame to accurately capture the subject in a given moment? Do I want the secondary objects in the background to be in focus or blurred? When is the best time of day to shoot? Why capture the subjects that I’ve chosen? What should I do with the pictures that I really like? As you can see, there are many thoughts that go through my mind. To answer my last question, I’ve created a new photo blog: Eyes Outside. There, you will find images that I would like to share with others.