Me Playing My Dean USA Razorback “Rust”

Me playing my Dean Razorback Rust USA


I really don’t like to be on the other side of the camera lens as I have very poor blurry sight and no central vision, so I can never see the photographer or look into the camera which normally results with my eyes looking weird! lol, but after Sarah took this shot of me playing one of my favourite electric guitars and after I added a “Dramatic Black & White” effect she loved it and wanted me to post it for you guys to see.

I always find it funny looking at me playing guitar, as it looks like I am watching my fingers but I can’t even see my hands or guitar! 😀

 Camera usedFuji F10

© Sarah Rebus 

About Steve

✞Follower of Christ, Husband, Guitarist, Drummer, Photographer, Health & Fitness advocate....Oh and i'm also Blind too! 😀

3 Responses to “Me Playing My Dean USA Razorback “Rust””

  1. Heather Mertens - 40YearWanderer Reply March 29, 2013 at 03:49

    What a fabulous photo. I really like it. Steve – check out the arts ministry my hubby started in 2008 at and tell me of you’d like to do an email interview with us for it. I believe our readers will love your story. 🙂 – Heather

    • Heather, wow! Thanks so much for the like and comments, i would be honoured to do an email interview, your husband’s site is an inspiration to everyone and if you think i can help in a small way then i would love to be apart of it. My email address is:
      Thanks again, God bless you and your family! 😀

      • Heather Mertens - 40YearWanderer Reply March 31, 2013 at 05:23

        I will get in touch with you soon. 🙂
        Have a blessed and glorious Easter my friend!
        – Heather

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