Cal Newport has written a great piece on a process for getting things of a creative nature done when there are other demands on your time. I recommend reading it here. His ideas draw from those of Paul Graham and David Allen and basically revolve around scheduling blocks of time through the week to do […]
For us creative types there is a real compulsion to create. Exercising our creativity is also a key to maintaining our balance and harmony.
My next post on the HP Pro Photography blog is on the value of integrating photography with your other interests, whether professional or hobby.
Dorothy Simpson Krause’s latest book is a gem. Not specifically about digital processes, but a gem never the less. It is a book about how to make your own artist books. It covers a whole range of techniques and applications and is illustrated bya great selection of artist books.
As photographers, we are creative people, though how fully in touch with it we are can vary greatly. For many it defines us, but it can also have a negative side.
Do you give up when out photographing just a little too soon or do you give up when you have a succession of failures with a new technique? If so, you need to read this. You may be tired and decide to pack it in for the day. And of course as soon as you […]
Just because you are creative, it doesn’t mean you have an excuse not to use the rational part of your brain. Photography and art are both intellectual and creative pursuits and benefit greatly from the application of both. Photography and art are complex and varied disciplines. They are both creative and technical. Depending on the […]
When it comes to selling your photography and art there is one great aid. Make sure that you have a story about or involving each image. People love a story. One of the things that those of us who are serious about making images forget, whether photography or art, is why other people buy images. […]