This article is part of a series on being less busy and more creative. After introducing the trouble being busy is for your creativity, we discussed how you could shift your decision-making process and start creating instead of consuming. This week, we are continuing by introducing some boredom back in our lives.
2017 is already over its midpoint. How are your new year resolutions holding up? This year, I decided not to go for concrete resolutions, but for gentle guiding principles that could adapt to the specific circumstances of 2017. One of them fits well into this series of articles on being less busy and more creative. I […]
Last time, I invited you to join me to the road less busy in order to save your creativity. I introduced the idea that some of us are feeling constantly busy nowadays and brought up the book I am currently reading: ‘Busy – how to thrive in a world of too much’ (by Tony Crabbe)
‘How are you?’ ‘Don’t talk to me about it, I am so busy at the moment, and you?’
I am writing this at 01:46 AM. This is past my usual bedtime hour. It is happening again, a burst of inspiration.
The creative process that happens behind-the-scenes of a photograph can be almost as beautiful as the final end product. Those first thoughts, notes, sketches and test shots tell a whole story by themselves and are a joy to look at. This article will discuss three books on (photographers’) sketchbooks or visual journals.