Monday, August 27, 2007

Lessons


"To accomplish things there must first be an idea that the thing is possible. Then the watchword must be try, and keep on trying with enthusiasm and a thorough belief in your ability to succeed. If you are convinced that a certain thing can be done, never mind what the world says to the contrary; experiment, never give up."
-Thomas Edison

Last night I read an incredible blog entry by Andrew entitled, "A Few Basic Lessons of Fine Arts Photography". It's a wonderful piece of writing. Not to mention the humbleness with which it is presented. There is not much more I can add tonight to what he has already given. I'm thankful I found it. It's a reminder to follow your own path and write your own story in photography....

Natasha Bedingfield, "Unwritten":



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I just read Andrew's post and I agree with you, it's a good post. I agree with everything he wrote. And his Joseph Campbell quote hit home with me. Sometimes figuring out meaning behind our artwork, why we are drawn to a certain subject, where are we going as artists, can be frustrating. Frustrating but necessary.

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