In Brad Kremer's stunning video documentary of photographer Michael Levin, he somehow captures the loneliness of the life of a photographer, but also the beauty of Kyushu, Japan, where it was filmed. A Canon 5DMKII, shooting a Hasselblad H4D. Beautiful.
I've always wanted that kind of life where I get to travel all over, see amazing things and get paid to take pictures of them. But I sometimes wonder if the grueling work of all the travel, sifting through thousands of exposures, and spending thousands of hours post-processing zaps the enjoyment right out of the enjoyment of the work and the end-product.
Eh, has to be better than sitting in a cubicle all day!