Sunday Photos: To The Lower Creek
A walk down the hill.
Photograph something you love in a way that gives you joy, or challenges you, or wakes you up to how amazing life can be, because if you don’t feel it, not only will no one else feel it, but what’s the point? — From The Contact Sheet, October 18, 2020 by David duChemin. Subscribe at MyContactSheet.com. I highly recommend it.
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I tend not to read writers writing about writing, and I’ve never read photographers on photography, but I was intrigued enough by this fellow’s approach that I subscribed to The Contact Sheet. He sounds much like Chase Jarvis, whose views on creativity have popped up in my blog a time or two.
Those rocks look mighty familiar. So does that cedar. I’m getting itchy to get up that way again.
I think you’ll enjoy duChemin and The Contact Sheet. He is technically skilled, but he stresses the creative side of photography, as you intuited. I’ve come to appreciate his writing and photos more and more. I’ll look into Chase Jarvis. I’m always interested in how someone approaches a slippery subject like creativity.
Here’s an introduction.
Thanks for the link to your post. I realized I was familiar with Jarvis from his CreativeLive program when I searched for him, but your post gave me a much better impression of who he is. I’m going to look into him more deeply now.