Simpler is better:
Simplify our thoughts, our artwork, and our mode of living. Simple, strong, supple.
Simple is a sign of strength
The goal is to become stronger. Perhaps in order to become stronger, we must become simpler?
Simplifying things as fun (creative destruction). To strip the superfluous is an interesting challenge.
Only through much experimentation do we discover what is essential and what isn’t. Also, our needs are constantly changing and evolving which means what is essential now might be superfluous tomorrow (and vice versa).
My will to simplicity in photography
My current desire: make the simplest, most beautiful and sublime images.
Why simple images? Simple images stick with you. To subtract the inessentials in an image to highlight the essential.
Simpler is the best.
Less is better:
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- Follow Your Intuition
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- Seek Emptiness
- Wonderment & Awe