Monthly Archives: June 2012

You Are Not a Misery Sponge

Forget the dollar, forget the accounting, forget the mortgage. Forget the call asking how many images you deliver, whether you give out the rights, and whether you’ll retouch every single picture you take. Forget it all, and look into yourself. … Continue reading

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If You’re Stuck, Try a Mashup

It’s a common line of thinking that everything has been done before. If you were to break ideas down into their core DNA, no doubt, it has. There are only so many themes in the world. But much like DNA, … Continue reading

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Define Your Own Good

I hate it when people look at art and say “I could have done that.” “No,” I think to myself, “You probably could not have.” They couldn’t, because they wouldn’t. They couldn’t, because it’s not a question of skill and … Continue reading

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The Secret of Success

Happy Friday! Things are shaping up with the workshop. I have two final spots remaining. Don’t miss out! The deadline is next Tuesday, and what better way to spend time over the weekend than working on your submission? Awesome stuff! … Continue reading

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