HAPTIC INDUSTRIES: the creative place to be.
A place where we can create together, freely.
Let’s shoot together in the breeze, just you and me.
Let’s create life like a tree,
Gather creative pollen; bumblebee.
You nourish my creative soul
The world is your visual pearl.
You give me creative power,
To create incessantly, no counting the hours.
Thank you Cindy Nguyen
My creative bicycle; all the wheels do is spin.
Haptic haptic haptic
Creativity, you will never lack it.
Haptic haptic haptic,
Keep your backpack light, and shoot with your camera in hand
With no plan
For the road ahead
Shoot from the gut
Not from our head
Today give us our daily photo bread
My next decisive moment is not far.
I am one of you
Be like a street photography Sherlock Holmes, and just follow the clues.
Roam the streets like a street dog with a taste of blood
Make photos, don’t steal or rob.
Always shoot a little hungry,
Let my visual taste and tongue lead me.
Street Photography pulse
I know my self-worth
I don’t sell myself cheaply,
I just like to make interesting photos; oh so freaky.
Don’t be sneaky
Your chest is strong
Never shoot weakly.
You’re stronger than you think you are,
Rely on your own two legs, and you will travel very far.
Re-discover your inner-child:
- Ultralight Photography
- How to see.
- CREATORS SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH.
- How to Ignore Your Inner-Critic
- How to Unlock Your Inner-Genius
- Success is Your Only Option
- How to Make Your Photos More Artistic
- Creative Lessons Rick Rubin Can Teach You About Photography
- Why I Love Shooting With an LCD Screen
- How to Shoot Abstract Photography
- How to Be More Spontaneous in Your Photography and Life
- How to Re-Invent Yourself in Photography
- How to Photograph Like a Child
- How to Be a More Imaginative Photographer
- Never Rust
- Limit Your Palette
- Follow Your Intuition
- Have Creative Confidence in Yourself
- How To Find Your Unique Voice in Photography
- Beginner’s Mind
- There is No Wrong Way to Shoot Street Photography
- You Can’t Control the Results, Only Effort
- On Capturing Beauty in the Mundane
- On Searching For the Maximum
- The Beauty of “Creative Constraints”
- How to Stay Curious
- Enjoy the Process
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