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Melanie Flanigan Rocks the house.

Today is all about lifestyle photographer Melanie Flanigan. Check out this friggin’ cool interview.

Slow the fuck down!

We rush around attempting to get as much done as possible convincing ourselves that this is work. The trick is to do one thing at a time with total attention and excellence. Notice when you are doing something like lets say … editing a set of images. Is iit possible to slow down and become aware of your desire to hurry ahead as if the next moment is going to somehow be better than this. The way I use the word slowing down is more about our attitude and intention rather than going about things at a snails pace. It’s about become aware of our energy and that urge to want to rush ahead.

Slowing down and feeling out the moment informs a kind of deliberateness (is that a word?) so that we are on purpose and awake in each instance, (as apposed to sleepwalking our way thru the day like zombies). The irony is you will probably get more done anyway. At the very least you will leave no residue. There is a wonderful sense of empowerment when you slow down and are deliberate with what you are doing. You see more and learn more and experience what you are doing fully. Simply be aware of this fight or flight approach that has become such a habitual part of how we do things. Being aware is enough. The slowing down and deliberateness will happen automatically in response to this.

banksy

Check out HUMAN BEING. n slip too the ESSAYS  section it’ll defo put some wind in ya sail. Contemplations on Social Media by Edie Sunday

News to kill the blues: BANKSY IS at it again.  VENICE art on instagram.

flanigan n stuff

If you write read this … it’ll take 2 mins and will improve your writing forever n forever is a long friggin time if you believe in future life.

CHECK photo documentaries on netflix. Have this list.

ARC podcast interview with my old mate Sean Flanigan via AFFOB.

DIAIRES N SHIT

Over on MARSHAL new / DAILY DIARIES – day to day waffle.
Cool time zipping about at London Photography Meet Up club this week. Wanna join the next one then you need to JOIN THE GROUP.

CHAMBRE NOIRE
Love this online magazine. IF YOU don’t speak French just ENJOY THE CLICKS. 
Fuckin loving this instagram account. N8ZINE. Check it out.

Aminda Villa (Interview)

Check out this short interview with Aminda Villa. 

 

Zines

(pulp type magazine)

A zine (short for magazine) is a kind of home made, self-published piece of original work full of text and images usually run out on a photocopier or via an afordable pulp kind of printing facility. In short, done on the cheap. But these things look super fuckin’ cool. Check out my zine pinterest board. To coincide with the launch of the new website I’ve started work on creating the first Dare zine which should hopefully be out sometime in July. The first issue is called “The Street Thief” which is my street photography alias and all images produced and included in the ZINE will have been made and edited in the iphone. If you’re interested in phoneography then check out the Dare Phoneography group on facebook.

 

PLUGZ

creative vitimin c

Head down the rabbit hole today and check this bunch of gorgeous alternative wedding clickers who have inspired me first hand down the years: Sean and Melanie Flanigan at AFFOB never fail to DAZZLE; next up the mexican monkey himself FER of the JUARISTI by name called; My former partner in crime, special agent Claudia (Rose) Carter and the upside down head of mad-chester Mr Matt Parry.

NEWZ \
A whole bunch of weird and wonderful cameras seen at photography show. 

All a bit blurred. (oh dear).

A bonkers wedding snapper goes to work. (see)

MUZIC \
for mod induced p-production
Check the DARE PLAYLIST.

and now the WEATHER \
today it’s pissing down with rain in London. wear a mac. In California it’s probably hot.

Trendland +

02/05/19
check GARY VAYERCHUCK, the king of hustle, social media maestro not for the feint of heart. EDIE SUNDAY, geniune, provokative film-shooter, delightful. The wonderful world of TRENDLAND, a visual meditation. The heartbeat of all photography for me is Don McCullin. Check out this street photography shoot with him here in KOLKATA.

Pocket Darkroom

Simply, the best camera for me is the iphone. And I own and have owned a shit load of cameras. Apps I can’t be without are as follows. SNAPSEED – For me this is the guvnor of phoneography editing apps. It’s pure quality. It doesn’t have the batch processing capabilities of some but this in itself forces me to slow down and deliberate on my output. The facility to create your own presets rocks,  the curve tool is spot on and the grain rocks most other apps I’ve used in this regard. In short it’s the bollocks! 

For editing in-phone and resizing images I use IN-SHOT. When I first started using this app it was just for quick convenience as I had to resize something on the fly. Digging a little deeper I found a shit-load of quirky editing tools that are far superior to most of the stuff out there in my experience.

OH and CHECK out this PINTEREST BOARD. ZAP!

Features, inspo, and creative town cryers aplenty. You’ve come to the right place so you have. HOME

DAILY INSPO HIT

Melanie Flanigan Rocks the house.

Today is all about lifestyle photographer Melanie Flanigan. Check out this friggin’ cool interview.

Slow the fuck down!

We rush around attempting to get as much done as possible convincing ourselves that this is work. The trick is to do one thing at a time with total attention and excellence. Notice when you are doing something like lets say … editing a set of images. Is iit possible to slow down and become aware of your desire to hurry ahead as if the next moment is going to somehow be better than this. The way I use the word slowing down is more about our attitude and intention rather than going about things at a snails pace. It’s about become aware of our energy and that urge to want to rush ahead.

Slowing down and feeling out the moment informs a kind of deliberateness (is that a word?) so that we are on purpose and awake in each instance, (as apposed to sleepwalking our way thru the day like zombies). The irony is you will probably get more done anyway. At the very least you will leave no residue. There is a wonderful sense of empowerment when you slow down and are deliberate with what you are doing. You see more and learn more and experience what you are doing fully. Simply be aware of this fight or flight approach that has become such a habitual part of how we do things. Being aware is enough. The slowing down and deliberateness will happen automatically in response to this.

banksy

Check out HUMAN BEING. n slip too the ESSAYS  section it’ll defo put some wind in ya sail. Contemplations on Social Media by Edie Sunday

News to kill the blues: BANKSY IS at it again.  VENICE art on instagram.

flanigan n stuff

If you write read this … it’ll take 2 mins and will improve your writing forever n forever is a long friggin time if you believe in future life.

CHECK photo documentaries on netflix. Have this list.

ARC podcast interview with my old mate Sean Flanigan via AFFOB.

DIAIRES N SHIT

Over on MARSHAL new / DAILY DIARIES – day to day waffle.
Cool time zipping about at London Photography Meet Up club this week. Wanna join the next one then you need to JOIN THE GROUP.

CHAMBRE NOIRE
Love this online magazine. IF YOU don’t speak French just ENJOY THE CLICKS. 
Fuckin loving this instagram account. N8ZINE. Check it out.

Aminda Villa (Interview)

Check out this short interview with Aminda Villa. 

 

Zines

(pulp type magazine)

A zine (short for magazine) is a kind of home made, self-published piece of original work full of text and images usually run out on a photocopier or via an afordable pulp kind of printing facility. In short, done on the cheap. But these things look super fuckin’ cool. Check out my zine pinterest board. To coincide with the launch of the new website I’ve started work on creating the first Dare zine which should hopefully be out sometime in July. The first issue is called “The Street Thief” which is my street photography alias and all images produced and included in the ZINE will have been made and edited in the iphone. If you’re interested in phoneography then check out the Dare Phoneography group on facebook.

 

PLUGZ

creative vitimin c

Head down the rabbit hole today and check this bunch of gorgeous alternative wedding clickers who have inspired me first hand down the years: Sean and Melanie Flanigan at AFFOB never fail to DAZZLE; next up the mexican monkey himself FER of the JUARISTI by name called; My former partner in crime, special agent Claudia (Rose) Carter and the upside down head of mad-chester Mr Matt Parry.

NEWZ \
A whole bunch of weird and wonderful cameras seen at photography show. 

All a bit blurred. (oh dear).

A bonkers wedding snapper goes to work. (see)

MUZIC \
for mod induced p-production
Check the DARE PLAYLIST.

and now the WEATHER \
today it’s pissing down with rain in London. wear a mac. In California it’s probably hot.

Trendland +

02/05/19
check GARY VAYERCHUCK, the king of hustle, social media maestro not for the feint of heart. EDIE SUNDAY, geniune, provokative film-shooter, delightful. The wonderful world of TRENDLAND, a visual meditation. The heartbeat of all photography for me is Don McCullin. Check out this street photography shoot with him here in KOLKATA.

Pocket Darkroom

Simply, the best camera for me is the iphone. And I own and have owned a shit load of cameras. Apps I can’t be without are as follows. SNAPSEED – For me this is the guvnor of phoneography editing apps. It’s pure quality. It doesn’t have the batch processing capabilities of some but this in itself forces me to slow down and deliberate on my output. The facility to create your own presets rocks,  the curve tool is spot on and the grain rocks most other apps I’ve used in this regard. In short it’s the bollocks! 

For editing in-phone and resizing images I use IN-SHOT. When I first started using this app it was just for quick convenience as I had to resize something on the fly. Digging a little deeper I found a shit-load of quirky editing tools that are far superior to most of the stuff out there in my experience.

OH and CHECK out this PINTEREST BOARD. ZAP!