Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
One of my photography mentors taught me to not lift my camera unless I see something that moves me personally. That's another important ingredient that puts us in the zone of creating from the heart.
Sometimes it's quite interesting to take an object that we like to photograph, and come back to it many times. Taking a photograph of something that we love, and know how to photograph can sometimes help.
The only time that I will take a picture is if I can see it on my wall. If I can not see my self hanging the image I will not shoot it. I have shot too many rolls that when it comes time to do something with the negs I just end up throwing them away because they are useless subjects.


I do find the art of composing and shooting an image almost as good as the final product. I like the task. It's relaxing, the rest of photography is shit work. At least for me.