Posts tagged vision
Hey friends, As some of you may remember, last September (and a few weeks ago) my friend and fellow fine art photographer Angie McMonigal and I traded blogging duties. Well, this week it was my turn to write for her blog. Check out Photographic Vision, where I rant (a bit) and talk (a lot) about […]
Once again, Angie McMonigal and I are trading writing duties and guest blogging for each other. If you recall, Angie wrote the excellent post What Inspires You? back in September 2012 and I am thrilled that she has not only agreed to swap writing duties again but to write a follow-up to her first post […]
So this is the third or fourth time I’ve tried writing this damned post. What starts out as a focused thought about one particular thought quickly devolves into a long and convoluted… I dunno… piece of shit rambling. Let’s try again. Here’s this most awesome piece of insight I’ve had about my art and photography […]
Continuing my recent trend of taking inspiration from other people for my blog post, I was reading Kriss Abigail’s latest blog post. The one part that really stuck out for me, and is something I’ve complained about for quite a while now, is the reluctance of working photographers to mentor. She wrote:
I didn’t start out researching Monet or travel photography. Really, I didn’t. It’s strange, though, how a simple search for one piece of information reveals other things that sends your brain reeling into new directions. It’s unforeseen and, often, once the new thought grips you, you just can’t let it go.