Are you really “passionate” about photography, or other creative pursuit, or are you more passionate about the accolades creating your art can bring online?
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?
Sometimes, it’s the simple beauty that shatters the soul. I’ve found myself more and more restless lately, in large part because I have hit a wall of realization. Realization of the fact that I need to focus on MY story and not dance around my creative pursuits. Now and then I catch myself falling into…
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?
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?
New gear and extravagant travel WILL NOT make you a better photographer. Only you can make that happen, here’s how.
We all struggle with feeling creative satisfaction. Here is ONE sure fire way to increase that satisfaction, no gimmicks, no click bait.
Everybody has creative potential and ideas. Those that say they aren’t creative likely haven’t figured out the key to helping to unlock it.
We’ve all struggled to find inspiration in our photography, but have we looked deep inside ourselves to realize we may be the problem?