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Again, I’d like to mention that everything that’s written here is my subjective view, some of you may relate and some may argue the point but I find it’s important to write these things down, cement my trail of thoughts at present time and share with you guys along the way.
It’s been a while I know. The blog was left unattended. The words and thoughts are flying in the air and don’t seem to settle down. The transitional period…
No, this is not about the blood types in case you’re wondering. This is a reminder and advice first of all for myself about staying focus, thinking more positive, disregard haters, value opinions of people that matter to you and cut the crap out of your daily routine… If you can relate – good, if you […]Read Post ›
Today I met up with a good friend of mine Arno (more about him in future posts) who happens to be a photographer and a great one too. Having worked on a personal project in Gaza and later spending time in Africa to do a reportage, I was delighted to spend a few hours in […]Read Post ›
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Welcome to another instalment of Monday Masters. I’m happy to notice that our weekly educational and inspirational challenge is growing little by little. We have a new member Paul Carmody joining us this week which means he got to nominate the Master. He chose the legendary photographer – Paul Strand.
I’m not a good writer, I’ve never been. I remember I used to write mini stories when I was a kid always struggling to finish them, and play with our family video camera. In photography I found my freedom of speech, a way to write things visually.
I got into podcasts recently. It’s just another way of learning and receiving information. A few podcasts about creativity, motivation, productivity and of course street photography caught my attention. I would like to share these valuable sources with you, dear reader.
Hello dear reader, There are some wise words I wanted to share with you today. Something about creative growth. Its always interesting to see or notice your creative progress and compare with your past self. However it’s also important to know that the moment you think you know everything is the moment you stop growing.