Read Time: 4 minutes Why do we insist on placing more value on the gear we use to create something than the creative vision we build to actually create? … Continue readingThe fundamental disconnect between gear and creativity
Read Time: 5 minutes With hundreds of posts over the years it’s useful to take a look at what the best performing articles have been. Here’s my top 5 of all time! … Continue readingThe top 5 so far : What I’ve learned from looking back at your favorites
Read Time: 3 minutes I was listening to the latest episode of the Because We Make Podcast by my friend Vincent Ferrari and he was talking with woodworker Steve Ramsey about, well woodworking and building a shop. One section fairly early on stood out to me. Vincent and Steve … Continue readingCollectors vs Creatives
Read Time: 4 minutes Lately I can’t stop thinking about the impact of words on our photography. The way in which our descriptions, or lack thereof, can give the photograph a totally different meaning. To the point where often the words can transform a fairly mediocre image into something … Continue readingWorth 1000 words
Read Time: 7 minutes You may be surprised just how much shooting daily with your phone can work as a stand in for shooting film. … Continue readingMobile photography as a replacement for shooting film
Read Time: 5 minutes Make photos, dump them on a hard drive, pick one or two to post to Instagram, rinse and repeat. But how often do we take time to enjoy the images we missed? Are we missing creative opportunities due to haste? … Continue readingLooking back on missed creative opportunities.
Read Time: 8 minutes Ask any photographer out there where they would love to travel and spend time making photographs and you’ll get bombarded with suggestions. But can those trips actually harm your long term creative vision? … Continue readingCan photography trips hurt your creative vision?
Read Time: 5 minutes It’s incredibly hard to create photographs when you’re outside your comfort zone. It’s worth working at to expand your toolbox, so keep at it. … Continue readingIt Ain’t Easy Being Green