TEN. Yours Free.
4 years ago I wrote a small eBook called TEN, Ten Ways to Improve Your Craft Without Buying Gear. It changed my life and put me on a path to do what I love: teaching photography and pursuing projects I long to do. Later this month we’ll celebrate our 4th anniversary of Craft & Vision, the unexpected little eBook company that kind of got away from me and became something amazing, and we’ll offer some crazy deals for a day or two to say thank you again. But before we do that we’re graduating TEN and making it free from this point on. It’s earned its way and now we’re putting it out to pasture and giving it away. If you don’t have a copy, it’s all yours. If you’ve read it and found it helpful, would you do me a favour and tell the people in your world who might also find it helpful? Use the social media buttons at the bottom of this post and tell the world – TEN is now free.
Stop spending so much money on gear and invest time learning your craft instead.
North & Nomadic
Just back from Bali and I’ve got little over a week to service the Jeep, put packing lists together, get groceries, put the gear into Zarges cases and head north. When my nomadic lifestyle was cut too short by a series of circumstances 2 years ago, I mourned the loss of the simplicity I found […]
PHOTOGRAPH, Issue 4
Well, somehow we did it. A year after we released the first issue of PHOTOGRAPH, we’re releasing issue four, completing our first year. We’ve got a growing number of subscribers and more and more amazing photographers that want to be a part of something different like this. Thanks so much for being part of it, […]
Winning at Yoga
One of the best things most of us can do right now is stop asking so many people what they think of our art, whether that’s photography or not. Art is not a democracy, it’s a way of sounding your voice and when you allow others – especially unknown or anonymous others – to determine […]
I believe that when Robert Capa said “if your photographs aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough,” part of what he implied was more than just physical proximity, but a more intimate knowledge of the subject. They’re connected of course, and if there’s one thing that I love hearing from others about my work, it’s […]