Adventures in Creativity

16
Jul

036 Failing Forward

While success in our creative endeavors feels great, it’s actually the act of failing that brings us the most potential for larger long term success. It’s the act of “Failing Forward”.
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9
Jul

035 Five Favorite Quotes On Creativity

As a creative we can all use a litte pep talk now and then. Thankfully there are a million great thoughts to get your creative juices pumped up and excited to get creating. Here are five of my favorite quotes on creativity and why I enjoy them so much!

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2
Jul

034 RILEY JB On going from a Fujifilm X Photographer to a Tin Type Wizard

This week we welcome back the fantastic Riley JB for another adventure as he fills us in on everything new and exciting in the world of a photographic time traveler practicing the mystic alchemy of tin type photography in a brand new studio!

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25
Jun

033 Why all the labels?

As a photographer these days it seems that everyone feels the need to label their art, and themselves. Are you a landscape photographer, street photographer, or wedding photographer? Why do we insist on labeling everything?

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18
Jun

032 Take Creative Control - Be The One

The creative life can be messy. Sometimes things aren't flowing as smoothly as we'd like, sometimes it's a struggle. What we do in those moments is what defines us as a creative. 

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11
Jun

031 Brightburn : Contradiction As Creative Power

Want to know what one of the most powerful tools in your creative toolbox is? I’m going to share what that tool is by using an example given by the film Brightburn. Don’t worry, it’s a spoiler free episode!

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4
Jun

030 Bryan Minear On Photographing Egypt

This week we welcome back long time friend of the show, Bryan Minear. He just returned from an epic trip to Egypt so we’re talking about his experiences photographically and how much creativity plays into incredible moments when travelling.

 

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28
May

029 Sicario and Roger Deakins

You may or may not have heard his name before, but Roger Deakins is the Cinematographer behind some of the most beautifully shot films in the last couple decades. Let’s get some inspiration from his 2015 film, Sicario.

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21
May

028 The Importance Of A Good Walk

Sometimes it’s the simplest of things that serve as the biggest reminders in our creative workflow.

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14
May

027 Are we capturing too many memories?

Are we sending a terrible message to our children by trying to capture our favorite moments on camera?

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