I spent a lot of my time creating content for this website, and I share it on my many social networks. Something is missing, however, in my newsletter and my blog posts. I often share what I create, but what is inspiring me to create? Why am I not sharing those things?
Process is important to me; it's why I take so many in-camera double exposures. So why not show the process of my ideas and thoughts by showing the work of others?
So here we go, here are my top five things for you to check out on the internet:
A guy named Kris J. Boorman climbed Mount Fuji and got the perfect shot after climbing the famous mountain four times. Now he can rest knowing he got the perfect shot.
I also read this clever editorial on The 4 Kinds of Bad Advertising Millennials Have Killed Off
I'm not a gear head, and the fact that this video exists annoys me that people continue to get so stuck on camera specs. I know photographers that could photograph circles with their iPhones around someone who has a Nikon D4. It's the photographer, not the camera.
I'm going to start sharing what I'm reading and checking out more often, it's another way for you to get to know me, but also a good way to gets some inspiration yourself.