Owning a paintbrush doesn’t make you Picasso—that’s pretty common knowledge. That said, you aren’t going to be a painter without one. Thus, the inevitable question: does better (read: new, nicer, etc.) gear make you more creative?
In short, no. But in reality, the truth is a bit more complicated. Read More
Yes, rain, fog, wind and dampness can seem gloomy, but these are also the vital pieces of an adventure puzzle. You see, you can’t have perfect weather all the time and consider it an adventure. If everything was bright, sunny and “perfect” all the time, would it really be perfect? Read More
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. Read More