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.
Do you find it easy to title your photography works?
A History of Pictures. This sounds like an ambitious title of a book, doesn’t it? Especially when ‘pictures’ is used to refer to everything that depicts our three-dimensional world onto a flat surface. Ranging from the earliest cave paintings to current videogames and everything in between. Think about painting, movies, digital art, photography, games, animation, cave […]