If your life were a smartphone battery (without a charger), would you let anyone drain it?
I have been thinking a lot about the aesthetics of photography — why is it that grain is beautiful, especially with film?
The braver you are, the better photographer you will be.
A lot of people think that “happiness” is always feeling pleasure.
As each year comes to an end, there is the hope for a new year.
Dear friend, if you’ve ever wanted to create your own YouTube channel for photography — here are some practical tips and guidance I will offer you:
The three most valuable things we have in life are time, attention, and money.
I once read the proverb— “If you give a man a fish, you can feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, he can feed himself for a lifetime.”
Each photo you shoot doesn’t need to be a masterpiece.
I am attached to my old work, which no longer serves a purpose.
Dear friend, I’m one of the very few blessed people in the world who does what they love for a living.
Most of us live in fear— fear of not being able to pay the rent, fear of not feeding ourselves, or fear of not providing for our families.
One of the ideas I’m constantly obsessed about is innovation.
In a famous essay, “Software is eating the world” — internet pioneer Marc Andreessen professed that the future of technology was software, not hardware.
When I was a kid, I loved to tinker.
Have you ever felt stressed, shitty, and overwhelmed with life — and went out with a walk with your camera, and instantly felt much better?
One of the most challenging things in photography is to choose our best photos.