I believe that the way people live can be directed a little by architecture. Tadao Ando
When you slow down time, you start to see that life is all just a confluence of layers, each adding its nuance to the one after, and learning from the one before. And with enough nuance and learning, we can get to a point where life is defined by simplicity.
How to beat the Monday blues? Simple, fill your fountain pen with a turquoise blue ink, and share a photo that has similar feels. Have a great week everyone.
Well known photographer and Instagram hero Dan Rubin was dashing off to another photo shoot but stopped long enough for a coffee and a chance to capture him on film. Kodak Tri-X, obviously.
Any meeting with Jeff Veen is worth capturing on film. We recently grabbed some coffee, talked about the Internet, both old and new. We talked about design. And we talked about having graybeards. This moment, captured on Kodak Tri-X 400.
Made with my iPhoneXS. And modified with my bespoke preset without any editing to the original photos. I am really loving the simplicity of using the Lightroom CC, my preset and the iPhone for my random travel photos. It would be interesting to see how these match up against my film camera and Tri-X film.
“Under the thinning fog the surf curled and creamed, almost without sound, like a thought trying to form inself on the edge of consciousness.” ― Raymond Chandler, The Big Sleep.
“because he had no place he could stay in without getting tired of it and because there was nowhere to go but everywhere, keep rolling under the stars…” ― Jack Kerouac, On The Road
No matter how dark the clouds. No matter how fierce the storm. In the end sun and its immense power to heal and nurture always wins. And like the sun, human optimism always wins, when faced with darkness, despondency, and defeat. It is true in life, in war, in business, and in startups.