It’s scary how fast time passes. It feels like I moved to Australia a few months ago but I’ve lived there for 2 years now and am both excited and scared about starting my 3rd at RMIT Uni. The scary part is what’s going to happen once I finish. Will I stay? Will I move to another great city to pursue my dreams? Or will I decide to do something entirely different? Photography has been such a big passion the last years and has only grown since. I can’t imagine myself doing something differently as a career – I always feel like I need to create something.

And since it’s a new year, and everyone’s making these new year’s resolutions, I decided to make a few of my own. First of all, I will blog heaps more than what I’ve done the last two years. Blogging is not just a way of sharing my photos and thoughts with you but also a way of looking back at all the wonderful things that have happened. And seeing as my last year in Australia has started, I will have so much to look back at. And now that I finally got the MacBook I’ve been drooling over, I can start blogging on the go.

Second, shoot more. I spend so much time planning shoots but usually end up never doing them. I always take photos for our uni assignments but sometimes I forget why I wanted to do photography in the first place. So, I will start shooting more for me and not forgetting why I love it so much.
In a year, I’ll look back at this post and see if I actually succeeded.

Ragnhild Utne er en fotograf, kommunikasjonsdesigner og guide bosatt i Longyearbyen. Hun har en bachelorgrad i fotografi fra RMIT University, Australia, og en mastergrad i kommunikasjonsdesign fra University of the Arts London.

2 Kommentarer

  • Neo Mikaela

    I am looking forward to see lots more blogposts from you the next year! Good luck with all the fantastic shoots you are planning to do and the last year in Australia! (:

  • Petru DIMOFF

    Great work, congratulations !


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