Akira Kurosawa: the Japanese master of cinema who inspired some of the great film directors of today (like Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, George Lucas).
Archives for August 2017
MASTERS Volume I is your essential photography primer– to push your photography education to the next level.
Compositional guidelines and grids from “The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry.”
An essay in praise of imperfection and cameras.
Here are some current life meditations while here in Kyoto.
If I started street photography all over again, this is advice I would have given myself:
After some philosophizing, I’ve come to realize… true “happiness” in photography IS making pictures. Very simple.
Why do I travel? What does traveling mean to me? Why is traveling great, and why is traveling overrated?
To promote the new version of STREET NOTES KINDLE EDITION, let me give you some practical tips on how to conquer fear in street photography.
I love grit, I love grain.
How do you triumph over misfortune?
Easy, see every misfortune as fortune.
No matter the weather, do you see suffering as pleasures?
I don’t want to be a sucker.
Random traces of design and art that is currently inspiring me, while in Kyoto.
Don’t be a romantic for the past. Wishing things to never change. Fearing death. Feeling nostalgia for your childhood, or the “good old days”.
I’m promoting an ANTI-OBJECTIVE school of photography.
This letter of encouragement and empowerment is for you.
Medusa— you look at it, and it turns you into stone.
Arek Rataj reached out to me with an insightful interview project called “You can shoot. Can you talk?” My interview with Arek will be released in APF Magazine in the future. Arek kindly allowed me to share the responses here. The photos in this interview are curated by Cindy Nguyen aka HAPTIC.
If you like Instagram please please please, keep using it.
Dear friend, if you want to succeed and thrive as an entrepreneur in today’s competitive climate, you GOTTA be a PERSONALITY.
Secrets which I wish someone told me about street photography, if I started all over again: