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WPPI – Information Overload Encouragement

WPPI – Information Overload Encouragement

Ahh, WPPI – so many fun memories for me! My schedule has not allowed me to attend the conference, that I loved, for the past three years. As much as I miss connecting with old and new friends, the break from all of the information/inspiration…

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Lighting Tests | A Self Portrait

Lighting Tests | A Self Portrait

The winter months always put me in a funk. I decided, this year, I wasn’t going to allow that to happen. In order to keep my brain/creativity working, I have been shooting more personal work. A lot with my iPhone (which is a great discipline…

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REWork – Make a Dent in the Universe

REWork – Make a Dent in the Universe

To do great work, you need to feel that you’re making a difference. This is a great little essay in Rework“>the book. So, are you making a difference? Are you just another “me-too” kind of photographer, jumping on the same ship as everyone else? Are…

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REWork – Learning From Mistakes is Overrated

REWork – Learning From Mistakes is Overrated

From the Book: Failure builds character. Fail early and often. There is so much failure in the air that you can’t help to breathe it in. Don’t Inhale. I think it is important to examine what you can learn from your mistakes, but typically you…

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REWork – Ignore the Real World

REWork – Ignore the Real World

I recently became part of a small book club, where we submit book titles, vote and then read/discuss the winning book. I joined as the current book for this review had already been chosen: REWork. I have mentioned this book before, because I have already…

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