Category Archives: Thoughts

Re-Discovering My Love of Photography

Recently I had some time to process some of my personal landscapes I’ve shot in the past few years.  I love landscapes and they are actually what got me “into” photography in the first place. The particular images I was working on were from a business trip to San Francisco a couple years back. My […]

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Breaking Through Creative Roadblocks

18 Imaginative Thinkers Break Your Creative Block by LUKE COPPING It happens to all of us at some point – you are driving along the creative highway unaware of some oncoming cerebral roadwork slowing the road down to one lane. You lose your focus for one second and BAM!!! You slam headlong into a creative […]

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I’m So Over Multi-tasking

I always have thought of myself as an extraordinarily effective multi-tasker. In fact, I am. But that doesn’t mean it’s a good thing. I’m sure it must cause undue stress. It’s not uncommon for me to be burning a DVD of files for a client, retouching a shot on-screen, watching Twitter out of the corner […]

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12 Photographers – Two Questions, Part 3

Continuing our discussion with 12 photographers and two questions. This time they answer the question: “What is the best moment or time in your photographic career and what did you learn from it? ——————————————————— Blake Wöken The Best On assignment in the wilderness of Alaska for over a month sounds, to most, like a romantic, […]

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12 Photographers – Two Questions, Part 2

Continuing on with my interview of 12 photographers and two questions. Here they describe their worst moment or time in their career and what they might have learned from it. ———————————————– Darryl Bernstein The Worst With a Good Ending My rude awakening happened pretty early in my career. In fact, I was still at Art […]

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