After a while, I began to lose interest in outdoor scenes and started to focus my attention and efforts toward photographing people, which is still my preference today. I very rarely indulge in landscape-style photography anymore, as I prefer the more visceral impact of human subjects. When I do shoot outdoor scenes, it is most likely to be while I am on a trip somewhere or when I need a photograph of something specific. Nevertheless, I have managed to get a few shots over the years that I'm still fairly pleased with.
Still lifes are not a usual thing for me, but every now and then I will happen upon a scene that looks like it would make a good photograph. If I have my camera with me, and a suitable film loaded, I will shoot it. If not, then there is always the next time. Still lifes have made up a very small percentage of photos I've taken over the years, as they are usually not all that interesting to me as subjects. They lack both the human touch and the primordial attractiveness of the great outdoors. Because the main appeal of still lifes lies in the contrast and composition of the shot, I've almost never photographed them in color.