Do you love or hate reality? Do you prefer “idealism” (false reality), or do you love reality in all its tragedy and cruel comedy?[Read more…] about Do You Love or Hate Reality?
New street photo ideas:[Read more…] about Practical Street Photography Tips
Why I love blogging:
- Everything is constantly in flux, and constantly changing, evolving, and becoming different.
- There is never finality.
- Through blogging, you can better digest your experiences, and “meta-think” (by writing things down, you can think).
- We love sharing our photos and ideas; blogging as the perfect platform.
In life, the journey is never over. Never stop exploring, never stop thinking, and never stop doing!
What is our true goal on street photography? For me, it is to enter the zen-like state of “flow” (zen zone) of becoming one with your camera. Losing sense of time, self, and space. To shoot with zero hesitation. To be so closely attuned to the world around you with great sensitivity, and to have immaculate timing positioning and shooting ability.[Read more…] about The Quest for Zen Flow in Street Photography
There is no greater joy than acting; to act, to do, to engage in action![Read more…] about Action is the Best Pleasure
A life with arbitrary goals and challenging makes life far more fun, interesting, and insanely enjoyable![Read more…] about Obstacles as Self-imposed Goals
Something I’ve discovered about myself: my extreme joy in being different.[Read more…] about Be Different
One thought on success:
If you desire to succeed, become as NON-TYPICAL (atypical) as possible!
The principle of life, art, and the best way to live life:
[Read more…] about CREATE!
Ultimately, it is all a matter of taste.
This pertains to our artistic tastes, our taste for food and drink, our taste for literature, our taste for music, our taste for aesthetics; of essentially everything.[Read more…] about TASTE.
The strange thing:
We somehow think that the brain/mind can exist independent of the body.
This is where these silly notions of ‘uploading your consciousness’ to the cloud makes no sense. A mind cannot exist without a body. Perhaps the mind IS the body?[Read more…] about On the Brian, Body and Mind
OUTLINES: what makes an effective photography composition:[Read more…] about Outline Photography Composition
The Desire to Transcend Ourselves
Why do we feel the need to ‘improve’ our selves?
What does it even mean to ‘improve’ a human?[Read more…] about TRANSCENDENCE.
The basic notion:
[Read more…] about Street Photography Technique: The Stalker Technique
Walk Beside and Alongside the Person while Photographing Them.
A thought if you want to become more productive:
[Read more…] about Via Negativa Productivity
Figure out what to SUBTRACT in order to FOCUS MORE, and to produce more.
Never stop augmenting your physical and mental strength:[Read more…] about I’m Maximally Happy, Now What?
Street photography as a road to live a more interesting life:[Read more…] about Street Photography for a More Interesting Life
When do you feel maximal physical vigor… And when?[Read more…] about Maximize Your Physical Vigor
Happy Monday! Every start of the week is a good one. Why?
[Read more…] about 5 Photography Motivation Tips
Think about all the great photos you have YET made.
What seems most difficult for us photographers?
[Read more…] about PHOTO MOTIVATION
Discovering the motivation to make new photos.
A lot of people were once famous, but we no longer care for them.
Thus perhaps the goal isn’t to become “famous”, but to have others CARE for us, and CARE about us?[Read more…] about Care over Fame
I don’t think there is an ultimate purpose in life, but life is certainly more fun and interesting as long as you keep moving: keep walking, keep exploring, keep traveling, keep shooting photos, keep writing, keep thinking, keep lifting, and keep risking more!
Not to become a ‘good’ street photographer, but to become a FEARLESS street photographer.
Pratical ideas:[Read more…] about How to Become a Fearless Street Photographer
My life-long vision:
[Read more…] about My Vision: Every Photographer to Thrive to Their Personal Maximum
That every photographer and individual can thrive to their personal maximum, regardless of their socio-economic class.
Something I think about a lot:
[Read more…] about Horizontal vs Vertical Photos
When should we shoot vertical and when should we shoot horizontal? And what visual-psychological effects do either have?
To color or black and white street photography?[Read more…] about Color vs Black and White Street Photography
What holds us back in photography? Our obsession with trying to make “good” photos.
Instead, my suggestion:
[Read more…] about Better Bad Photos than No Photos
It is better for you to shoot a lot of “bad” photos than to shoot no photos!
A new and change/evolution in my visual aesthetics:
[Read more…] about The More Obscure and Unclear, the Better.
I prefer photos that are more obscure than photos which are too clear.