Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Just because, no reason really, I decided to put some of my pictures in my Etsy shop. I will definitely freak out if I sell something. Last year, I read this quote: "Buying a Nikon doesn't make you a photographer. It makes you a Nikon owner."! I can totally relate (except that I'm a Canon girl) but if I never try, well, I will never know!

Have you ever had a case of impostor syndrome???

10 comments:

jessica said...

oooh! Your photos are beautiful! I'm going to check out your etsy shop! I think I might have impostor syndrome!

oneeyedrabbit said...

I think your photos are really good. If sales go well you should include more.

cindy said...

i have impostor syndrome all the time, which is not good. what is good is your shop! good luck!

cindy said...

i'm also forgetful! it would be great if you made your blurb book available, too. it's wonderful!

katie f said...

i really dont think you have anything to worry about haha, your photographs are whimsical and delightful!

indigorchid said...

Oh, they are beautiful!

Florence said...

Gosh yes, I have that about so many things (just being a person at times...I have been known to think: I wonder what 'proper' people do with this or that...). However, I also have it with Hula Hoops and being on Hoop Girl's mailing list amongst other things (that makes me feel like such an imposter...I'm simply not cool enough and don't have the dance/hoop moves to justify it!).

Your photos are gorgeous, however, and look just like a 'proper' photographer's photographs, so well done for having the courage to put some up for sale.

x

jen said...

Oh I am pretty sure I have that and it's the reason I always want to go back to school to learn more.

Your photos are really beautiful, I have a photo degree and I only wish could get my photos to look this good!

anabela / fieldguided said...

Your pictures are beautiful! The price you charge is not too much for something so pretty and happy! I love your necklaces, too.

ines said...

hmmmm, yes I have been known to feel fraudulant in my academic career, as though I have managed to trick others into thinking that I am more intelligent than I am. That being said, wouldn't that make me intelligent? To be able to "trick" all my profs and supervisors who in my mind seem to have endless stores of intelligence on any given topic? Is that still imposter syndrome? *sigh* regardless, I love your photos and all the talent that your share with us.