I believe, assertively and profoundly, in play. So much I’m thinking about taglining my business with it.
You become interested in new things as you become capable of making them.
Last summer, my girlfriend and I discussed how I would shoot portraits after moving in with her. It took six months, and I’ve built an ultra-portable studio.
If you’re starting out, or not sure what to do with the gear you have, I hope this reflection on lenses will help you make sense of where to go next. I spent a lot longer than I needed to figuring this out, and most of a week putting it into language I haven’t seen […]
The web is brimming with Instagram advice, and it’s almost all nonsense. Only one thing separates failure from success in social media, and I don’t have it.
I’m not exactly sure what seeing intentionally feels like, but I think I’m starting to.
This Chuck Close quote, “inspiration is for amateurs,” resurfaced recently. The full text isn’t long, but since you’re busy: Jump in, don’t wait for Muse, and trust in your process. I’m of two minds about this.