Sometimes you have to psych yourself up. I haven’t ridden my bike or done any physical activity of consequence in 2 weeks. Did you hear me? TWO WEEKS!! That’s crazy. What’s crazier though, is how easy it is to fall out of routine and let a new routine take over. That happened to me, through no fault or intention of my own – but it happened. And now I’m sitting here, editing, getting stuff done and thinking about how I’m […]
Action is contagious. I tweeted yesterday: It’s funny how when you start doing things – really doing them, no holds bar – it forces you to figure out things. And I think – I am really realizing – how true this is. If you’re a perfectionist. Get over it. Do it even if you think there are mistakes in it. You can fix it later. The fact that you put it into action and that there is a later, is […]
After all, it was a long weekend and it does feel like the start of the week. A short week, may I add AND back to school for all the kids and anyone that is pursuing higher education. But like a tweet (link) I read this morning, not starting school today, doesn’t mean you don’t have to be continuing your learning. And I like breathing (link) very much. So to everyone heading out this morning – have a great first day back. […]
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It’s Monday. Again. Funny how it – Monday – keeps coming back. Keeps offering second and third and zeentheenth chances. Start again, ’cause it’s Monday and a new week and the Sun is shining.
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From a recent #PhotoShoot: The lovely Se’lah Genesis | Keep Ya Head Up Someone asked me my advice on getting started in photography. Me. And while I’ve been shooting a few years now and I’m proficient in what *I* do, I’m still not there yet, you know? This advice sounds pretty good. I should take it. If it comes to making photos, I say the biggest thing to finding your voice/style and getting ahead in photography/building a career, is to: […]
Cut your hair. Eat chocolate. Roller-skate. Make pictures. Sew. Watch too much Netflix. Visit friends with babies. Have movie nights. Do Aerobics in your living room. Walk a lot. Look for light. Enjoy your life right now.