Ever since I bought my gimbal, I always felt distant my craft. I wasn’t holding a camera, i was holding a contraption that made my footage look like it was floating. Sure it looks great, but man did i miss holding my camera in my hands. Theres a closeness you feel with the camera and a uniqueness to your composition. It’s more difficult because you’re constantly messing with your aperture, shutter speed, focus, and ISO. Nothing is automatic. And that’s why I love, and have missed shooting handheld. Enjoy this video of my adventure today with my dogs. All of the SFX is foley sound from online sources.
None of it is from my camera.
I remember that time that we didn't touch to this song. I remember it like it was yesterday. You were wearing clothes and I was, too, and then both of us weren't. We were together in that, in that and everything. We were both not wearing clothes. After that, we were both lying down.
One on top of the other and vice versa. This song wasn't playing then.
Also, your fingers--
my gasps and moans and the goddamn severity of the situation. It was goddamn severe, and I'm sorry I cussed.
It's just my worlds collided that time that we experienced that. It's just that it was you gliding fantastically deeper into my every day life. How potentially unpleasant that is.