I haven't completely neglected the blog. I appreciate the 45 followers I have here and to the other people that stumbles upon my blog and show me love either my email or via comments!
I've mentioned a few times via the fan page and my Twitter that I will be focusing on my music. Two days ago I did my last Photoshoot (what I think will be my last) with musician Deborah Cox and it was awesome; once again everyone on set had fun because it's what we do, "We Have Fun".
When shooting a celebrity my advice to you is to not try anything random or new on set, stick to what you're used to doing and everything will work out well.
**On To The Music**
The transition from being behind the camera to being in front of the camera is a little different. Hopefully I'll be able to focus on photo shoots of my own and not waste the entire shoot chatting with the photographers. :)
Above are press photos for my new mixtape that drops next Friday, "Somewhat Good Is Okay." and the cover for my single, "Love It, Hate It".
If you want to write about my music and share it with your friends I'd appreciate it feel free to use the images above on your blogs to share good thoughts about my music.
Please enjoy/Here's my SoundCloud link for my single Love It, Hate it by yours truly D.Tucker -
LOVE IT, HATE IT by dtucker
Independence day for the Bahamas should have been amazing, I've been out of the country but I hope you guys enjoyed it yesterday!
Chances are you started taking photographs of your friends at school like I did; then you fell in love with photography. You got a copy of Photoshop from a friend or waited two days until the free trail downloaded over the slow ass internet out there; nevertheless, you were finally able to see what it was; Photoshop. You stayed up many nights on Youtube and Google looking for tutorials to better your skills and become a master in the program. You started to read blogs and you met friends with in the industry. You borrowed lens, cameras, strobes, perhaps even a few memory cards, all in the name of making a beautiful image to share with your friends.
You're in love with photography now. You decided that it's everything you want. Now it's time to make a living from it...
This series of parts for this post is going to share more inspiration for you, towards networking/photohustling/keeping strong mindset within the conditions you'll face being a photographer in the Bahamas.
Fall 2006 I packed up everything and moved to Savannah, GA to Savannah College of Art and Design for advertising design. It was my first school of choice from 11th grade and I was super excited being accepted and being grated a visa to leave the country for my studies.
September I flew away to a place much bigger than the 21x7 (mile) island we're from with nothing but hope, dreams to accomplish and new people to meet. I was ready for it.
More to come................
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