12.13.2013

An article that I really enjoyed reading. Not necessarily about photography. But maybe.

Which side? (Samsung Galaxy NX camera. Kit lens)

I read this article (below) on Slate today and the last 30 years of my life seemed to make a lot more sense. I found it interesting but you might not.

6 comments:

Frank Grygier said...

It is not only about taking creative risks it also risky to be creative. Museums should be empty.

Anonymous said...

Kirk,
This comment is not connected to this post, except, perhaps, tangentially. I know that you like the Pentax k-01. I like it too. In fact, I bought mine when the prices were low, and, coincidentally, before you bought yours. I like things that are "off the beaten path". There is another camera available at a low price that I think you might like. Have you considered the lowly Canon EOS M? I think you might like it.

Andy C said...

Creative ideas are by definition new and different, so it's no surprise that it takes people a while to warm up to them. More importantly, implementing creative ideas means CHANGE, and few people like change.

Kirk Tuck said...

Hi Anonymous, you may have missed my blog about the EOS M. I don't think I'll grab one.....

http://visualsciencelab.blogspot.com/2012/07/canon-missed-whole-point-really.html

Jerry said...

Perfectly timed post, Kirk. I was thinking about a word I could use for inspiration (having nothing and everything to do with photography and any and everything else). I'm 59 and have run out of fun on a successful business I started on a whim 7 years ago. It needs new blood to take it to somewhere I'm unwilling to go. It took creative energy to envision and implement, now it's just work. So I was looking for a word to spark a new interest. Duh, creative! My word for the new year. Thanks, Kirk!!

Carlo Santin said...

Creativity means change, and most people despise change. Creativity also means a lot of work, another thing most people despise.