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IT IS ALL ART.

When it comes to photography and artistic matters, best to think:

It is all art.

Anything you create is art.

What is the purpose of life? To make kids and/or to make art. To procreate. Less concern whether your artwork is ‘good’ or not. Instead, to delight in the creation, the sharing, and the self-learning.


MASTER MOTIVATION

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Become more:

  1. PROVOKE.
  2. 6 Tips How to Do More Photography
  3. PRACTICE.
  4. TURBOCHARGE YOURSELF, TURBOCHARGE OTHERS.
  5. LIFE IS ALL UPSIDE, NO DOWNSIDE.
  6. PHOTO TURBO THOUGHTS
  7. No Such Thing as Good or Bad; Simply Stimulating or Not Stimulating
  8. The Best Genre is No Genre
  9. The Key to Photographic Motivation
  10. Pacifying Media, Motivational Media
  11. Our Hunger for New Experiences
  12. Mental Motivation
  13. ALL ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY.
  14. The Photographer as Creator
  15. Create *BEYOND* Yourself
  16. Let Your Curiosity Drive Your Photography
  17. LOVE YOUR PHOTOS.
  18. Abstract Monochrome Photography
  19. SHOOT WITHOUT THINKING.
  20. Just Have Fun With Photography
  21. Wu-Wei Effortless Motivation
  22. CONSISTENCY x NOVELTY
  23. Easily Bored?
  24. Face Photography
  25. How to Become More Self-Motivated in Your Photography
  26. YOUR OWN PHOTOS ARE THE BEST PHOTOS.
  27. On Sharing Your Favorite Photos
  28. UBERABUNDANCE.
  29. Peak Photographic Productivity
  30. When to Review Your Photos
  31. Serotonin and Photos
  32. The Photos You Have Yet Shot are Your Most Important Photos
  33. 3 Tips How to Master Photography
  34. Do You Like Your Own Photos?
  35. The Beauty of Mundane, Everyday Moments
  36. Reasons Why to Be Optimistic About the Future
  37. A Photography-Full Future
  38. The More You Shoot, the Better
  39. How Many Photos Should You Shoot Everyday?
  40. Why Do We Love Motion?
  41. Now is Your Chance to Shoot History in the Making
  42. Photo by Photo
  43. How and Why Photography Remains So Interesting to Me
  44. How to Conquer Your Inner Photographic Critic
  45. Thoughts on HDR Photography
  46. New Year, New Photos
  47. Why Exhibit Your Photos?
  48. Photography is Visual Poetry
  49. What’s the Purpose of Art?
  50. Why Do We Photographers Have Such a Hard Time Staying Inspired and Motivated?
  51. On Becoming a More Optimistic Photographer
  52. Philosophy of Weather
  53. How to Become a More Optimistic Photographer and Human
  54. You Are a Creative Photographer
  55. JUST SHARE YOUR ARTISTIC PROCESS WITH OTHERS.
  56. What Motivates Me to Shoot?
  57. How to Maximize Yourself to the Fullest
  58. HOW TO MOVE AND MOTIVATE PEOPLE
  59. Autotelic Photography
  60. The more I go out and photograph the world, the more interesting and beautiful the world becomes
  61. Why Photographers Have Such Low Self-Esteem
  62. ERIC KIM MOTIVATION
  63. Why Am I So Unmotivated?
  64. EVERY DAY IS A NEW DAY
  65. WHY ARE YOU SO UNMOTIVATED?
  66. Movement is Motivation
  67. How to Motivate Myself to Make New Photos
  68. Never Stop Optimizing
  69. How to Help and Motivate Others
  70. Feed On Your Own Photos; Let Them Nourish You!
  71. Competition is for Suckers
  72. A Future Without Travel
  73. How Google Can Improve Your Photography
  74. DEVELOP YOURSELF.
  75. NEVER STOP MOVING!
  76. How I Self-Motivate Myself
  77. Every Day the Sun is Birthed Anew
  78. A Life Without Photography Isn’t a Life Worth Living
  79. WIN.
  80. 8 Practical Photography Assignments for You
  81. Tabula Rasa, Blank Slate, Carte Blanche
  82. RELENTLESS
  83. LIFE IS THE ULTIMATE RPG
  84. HYPER VIGOR
  85. FRESH AIR PHOTOS
  86. WHO IS GONNA THRIVE IN TODAY’S BRAVE NEW WORLD?
  87. ARTISTIC OPTIMISM
  88. PASSION, not Discipline
  89. Better Bad Photos than No Photos
  90. The Empowering Feeling of Failure
  91. To Be Human is to Move
  92. Enjoy the Process
  93. Better Bad Photos than No Photos
  94. Why Keep Making New Art and Photos, Indefinitely?
  95. Photography Motivation: What if There is Nothing Interesting to Photograph?
  96. Move First, Motivation Later
  97. Motivation Follows the Action
  98. In Praise of Heroes
  99. 5 Tips How to Boost Your Creativity
  100. How to Have Inspiration to Take Photos in the Suburbs
  101. Anything that Motivates You to Move is Good!
  102. The Productive Photographer is the Happiest Photographer!
  103. Make Today Count!
  104. How to Break Through Photographer’s Block
  105. The Joyful Photographer
  106. The Dancing Photographer
  107. The Kaizen Process of Gradual Self-Improvement in Photography
  108. It is Your Duty to Make Beautiful Pictures!
  109. Making Pictures IS Happiness!
  110. NO EXCUSES.
  111. The Pomodoro Photography Technique
  112. The ABC of Photography
  113. Just Shoot It.
  114. How to Change the World With Photography
  115. How to Find Inspiration in Photography and Life
  116. How to Overcome Resistance
  117. Create Against the Past
  118. How I Motivate Myself to Make Photos
  119. Wear Your Camera Like a Necklace or Bracelet
  120. Have Your Photos Come to You
  121. How to Level Up in Your Photography
  122. How Not to Give a Fuck of What Others Think of You
  123. How to Overcome Procrastination in Your Photography
  124. How to Reinspire Your Photography
  125. What is Your Mission in Photography and Life?
  126. How to Overcome Photographer’s Block
  127. Be a Photographer Now
  128. How to Overcome Boredom with Photography
  129. Never Stop Growing as a Photographer
  130. Why Do You Need “Inspiration” to Shoot?
  131. Just Shoot.
  132. 5 Things to Do If You’ve Lost Your Passion for Photography
  133. How to Have Unshakeable Confidence in Yourself
  134. Don’t Give Up On Your Dream
  135. Don’t Waste Your Potential
  136. Unlock Your Potential
  137. Empower Others With Your Photography
  138. Why You Shouldn’t Follow Your Passion in Photography

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