Dear friend, if you’re looking for photo books to inspire you during these holidays, here are some of my personal recommendations:
Dear friend, don’t worry about the voices of the critics out there— rather, listen to the voice of your own inner-critic.
The point of a lot of modern religion, spirituality, and art is to relieve suffering— rather than adding complication and stress to our life.
One of my passions in life is travel. I love to travel, experience new cultures, try new foods, meet new people, and of course— taking photos while I’m traveling.
I feel the ultimate power is conquering yourself— not in conquering others.
This concept is a Taoist one— whenever you try to force things, you will fail.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the perfect camera— I think it the perfect camera is the one that embeds itself into you.
Everything on planet earth requires growth, or we die.
Economy: the art of avoiding unnecessary expenditure.
Dear friend, I wanted to share an idea with you — the importance of provoking people with your photography.
Every time you click the shutter, you are making an “attempt” to make a good photograph.
I’ve become a bit of a hermit recently — spending less time on social media, the internet, and socializing.
In baseball and life, is better to get one home run, instead of two doubles.
All of us were born for a great destiny — what is yours?
In stocks and trading, there is something called a “stop loss” — where you pre-determine that you will exit a position (if the value of a stock drops below a certain point).
When we are children — we create the rules of the games we create.