Photography stacks on stacks on stacks
Your shutter goes: clack clack clack clack clack

Lansing, 2014

Make your photos stack
Monochrome: all black.

Make your photos stack
There’s no creativity you lack.

Make your photos stack
I’m not talking about that HDR shit

Make your photos stack,
Follow your inner-vision, and shoot legit.

Provincetown, 2015

Let your photos stack to the ceiling,
Shoot freestyle, no hands on the steering
Make photos that nourish you; your photo meals.

Tokyo, 2012

Don’t steal photos, make them
Put your photos in your visual oven
And bake ’em.

When in doubt, let your photos marinate
Some photos the longer you wait, turn great.

Other photos are like lead in water
They just become superfluous visual fodder.

You control your own photos, you are the visual father
Of your photo children
Keep shooting today, tomorrow, and make a million.

Downtown LA, 2015

Can you make a billion photos you die?
Even though most of them will suck, you gotta shoot to stay alive.

Never let anyone fuck up your street photography flow
Shoot in the zone and friends,,, let’s go and go!!!


Tokyo, 2012

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Prague, 1968. Josef Koudelka / Magnum Photos
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