Monday, May 03, 2010
By sheer coincidence (or rather misfortune), I've regrettably reached the end of the line for Olympus even though its flagship replacement is due very soon. I've assembled a large arsenal of Olympus material that looks to be shelved away for some time. It pains me to do so, but I feel it is the best way for me to move on professionally in my photography career. A financial beating of immeasurable consequences will follow but its nonetheless necessary.
Sometimes I wonder whether I got out from the wrong side of the bed. Various misfortunes have occurred in my life time, but never one of this magnitude (I'm only a quarter of a century old anyway). You can't eat, sleep, or talk to the people around you properly and worst still, you hurt the people who're closest to you. You've sort of found a solution to the problem at hand, but you wonder if you will be able to see the light at the end of the road.
I would appreciate some understanding during these tough times, but not unwarranted speculations. I prefer not to divulge any details but whatever path that I take from now on will be a decisive moment in my career, My only hope is that I will be able to bounce back in the face of adversity as soon as I can.
Posted by brandon at 3:44 pm