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I’m subscribed to Seth Godin‘s daily blog. I admit that a good portion of his posts I often don’t have time to look at or they are somewhat irrelevant to me as their content is business or marketing driven. Yet, there are posts like this one. It manages to knock at the right door so I […]Read Post ›
I wonder if any of you street shooters remember that turning point, that moment, if you even had one, when you realise the magic of street photography.
Some words on subject of FEAR as Halloween approaches. In this case, Seth Godin described perfectly well where to find the boogeyman.
We all have them. These black and white days. No, it’s not a photography pun. I mean good and bad days.
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 ›
After a short break we are back to our beloved Monday Masters posts. Well, I personally find this little weekly activity quite fun and educational at the same time. I also think that someone, somewhere will find these articles interesting, especially if you haven’t heard of some of the photographers we nominate each week. This […]Read Post ›
Summer holidays have started but we’ll still continue with our weekly Monday posts. My posts will probably be more brief and shorter than usual but I’ll still try to dig up enough information and links for you to check out dear reader. This Monday, the nominated Master is Ian Berry.
Some thoughts on love of photography: What does a breathing exercise can give you? It can calm your nervous system, increase focus and reduce stress. In general, all these things I tend to gain while photographing.