Simple tips on making better photos:[Read more…] about 10 Tips How to Make Better Photos
This is a simple thought:
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Avoid pessimism in life. Use photography as a tool, a stimulus, to help you find more purpose, direction, and joy in life.
As photographers, we are image-makers — and we make images via photographs. But what is the value of a photograph– for ourselves, and for society in general?
A thought: perhaps the best way to become greater is to NOT be easily satisfied. Perhaps, to never be satisfied?[Read more…] about Never Stop Striving for More
What do you think is the ultimate zenith of human potential? What do you think is your personal maximum?
If you feel self-conscious when shooting street photography, try this out:
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Shoot street photography while listening to music on your headphones.
To make more unique street photos, shoot with your camera high in the air, pointing downwards:[Read more…] about High Angle Perspective Street Photography Composition Technique
To be happier as a photographer, be a more productive photographer, by shooting more photos. Finding the ideal camera and strap for you will help:[Read more…] about STRAPS by KIM
How high can you soar in your lifetime? Accumulate your strength, power, and influence slowly– while also constantly pushing your limits.
The best presents for photographers for this Christmas:[Read more…] about BUY BOOKS, NOT GEAR: The Best Photography Gifts for Christmas
When I was in Washington D.C., I bumped into Robert Trejo, a passionate strettog. I asked him for personal recommendations on shooting street photography in D.C., and here are his personal recommendations:[Read more…] about The Top 3 Spots in D.C. for Street Photography by Robert Trejo
To be a successful photographer, you need to be both a great photographer AND a great marketer. To me, these two are integral (like the yin-yang).
As a photographer, you are an image-creator.
In praise of uber-minimalism in photography:
Why I love film photography:
Shoot for yourself, according to your own standards. Get the shot no matter what.
Make a stronger body of work by becoming more ruthless, objective, and exacting from your own photos:
Shoot all day, every day, with whatever camera is least cumbersome to you.
Don’t just strive to shoot every day; strive to shoot ALL DAY!
We are often dissatisfied with our environment, as if the environment was more interesting than us.