One major factor in continuing my growth as a person is continually learning new things.
And these things don’t have to be big or complicated.
Just merely learning something new can and will open doors to new ideas and possibilities and even opportunities.
It can also be fun, I swear. Read More
One time I dropped my camera on the floor. It was horrifying.
Thankfully it was onto carpet and it only fell from a height of about 4 feet.
But I still had a near stroke and really felt awful for it, like I’d wounded some delicate animal or something. (It kind of is a delicate animal actually.)
It didn’t even need to happen because I wasn’t thinking and was trying to take it off my tripod one-handed with a cup of coffee in the other. So yes, that was fairly stupid. Read More
Lately there’s been this big debate about whether or not someone who wants to pursue photography as a living should go to art school OR go to school for business.
The 3 main articles I found on the topic all were in agreement that it was more crucial to go to school for business over photography. I am going to briefly touch on this further and explain why it may not necessarily be the best choice for you. Read More