…a likely story but leave a message and I’ll call you back…

And two days in a row now I’ve spent half my shooting time wondering what to shoot.

…and it’s all your fault

Given that I spent most of the day packing and arranging for a truck and conning buddies into agreeing to help me move in a couple of weeks (not to mention grocery shopping, naps, and randomly surfing the intewebs), this lack of inspiration is either understandable or completely mystifying. After all, I had all manner of potential subjects at the upscale-ish big box store, the pet supply mart, and the low-rent grocery, plus I was up early enough to have shot the sunrise or the random assortment of light sources around the apartments, but I passed them all by with narry a second thought. (I did pull the phone out and grab a couple of snapshots, but none worthy of a 365.)

I screen my phone calls

Even worse, I now have No Doubt stuck in my head… shudders

no matter matter matter matter who calls, I gotta screen my phone calls

D7000. Vivitar 50mm f/1.8 (Cosina), reversed, on 40mm extension. ISO400, 1/125th (AP mode), f/8, -1EV. About 10 minutes of fiddling in Aperture to get back to pretty much what the jpeg preview looked like…

Also: any idea why Aperture would be failing to grab the exif data on the first picture on a card? This is the second time it’s done this to me. I caught it this time, and was able to re-upload a version with the data intact, but I’d really like to figure out what’s up so I can fix it.

no matter who calls, no matter who calls
I’m walking in the spiderwebs
leave a message and I’ll call you back
I’m walking in the spiderwebs
leave a message and I’ll call you back
It’s all your fault
no matter who calls
I gotta screen my phone calls
it’s all your fault
leave a message and I’ll call you back

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