I don’t know about you, but I love weekend adventures. Here’s how to have an amazing one with practically zero planning.
As much as we’d like to think it helps things to consider other people crazy, the truth of it is, we all are.
Whether you’re a professional photographer or just a person with a camera (or phone) wanting to take a decent picture, there’s one thing that’s vital to a great photograph.
I’ve lost track of the number of articles I’ve read on productivity. There are hundreds of new ones published every single day across every platform you could name.
Everyone wants to solve the problem of productivity.
What no one seems to grasp is that there is one basic, fundamental, rock-bottom principle that governs productivity...
I’m a photographer and I love digital cameras. They’re portable, easy to use and you can take bazillions of photos with them without ever running out of space. Why in the wold would anybody still shoot with film?
When I was in high school I wanted to go to film school. Ultimately this didn’t happen for a number of reasons.
In photography, and any art form really, the end justifies the means. By that I mean that how you take the photo, the settings, the lighting, the posing, etc., doesn’t matter as long as you capture the shot you envisioned and it communicates to your audience.
People are interesting. One of the most common subjects in photography is people. People show up in other people’s photos more than almost any other subject. The reason for this is simple: people are interesting.