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 […]
So you are experiencing a creative block? Your interest in photography is changing, things aren’t as exciting as they once were, your camera is collecting dust and guilt over unfinished projects is piling up.
When you glance through a women magazine, different rules about relationships and their make-or-break moments turn up. One such moment seems to be the three year-itch.
Aesthetic preferences are often believed to be personal. I prefer retro wooden furniture; my boyfriend prefers modern and sleek. Certain works of art that make someone else highly enthusiastic, leave me indifferent. Usually, discussions about this topic are cut short with: ‘To each his own taste’ or referrals to the subjective nature of them.
An empty wallet, always something to do in your free time, new books to read, new people to talk to, new things to think about. These might be some of the changes you’ve noticed in your life once you started to get an interest in photography.