A day without the hustle in the office is best for reflections in private. As a photographer, I have just come up with some questions which could bug us like forever:
1) Just bought the dream camera only to find that the rumour has been circulating about the new version which is to be released in a month or two.
2) Got the camera but the battery is dead.
3) The battery is not dead but remained in the charger and you've got the camera at the shooting scene.
4) The shuttle is released bu the memory card is full and it is just 11 in the morning.
5) Your friend help you take the photo of you but he or she presses a fingerpringt on the lens/ sneezes at the camera/ somehow makes it malfunction/ drop it and you still say, "Don't worry, it's okay"
6) Your friend's restless young child has got your expensive camera from the table and run around but you've to remain polite and pretend okay.
7) You're framing a scene and your in-laws keep hurrying you up, "Press the shutter, hurry up. Press it. Press it. You're too slow."
8) The setting requires you to put the camera on a tripod and someone with you keeps saying, "Do you have to be this serious?"
9) You're not sure about which camera and what accessories to bring with you and just put them all in the bag. Your wife/ partner/ girlfriend sneers at you in front of your friends, "I've absolutely no idea why he carries his whole shebang with him. He's not a pro afterall."
10)A friend who is an empty barrel on photography has bought his young son an E-P1 as a toy and blow to you how good and cheap it is.
11)You shoot in a shopping mall with a cheapy P&S and the security people still come over to tell you that you've to apply for shooting in the mall as if you were making a movie.
12)A brief photographic opportunity presents itself but a man just stops and stands in front of you talking to his cellphone.