Spring is the best time of the year for new habits, new routines and in general, making some sense of our lives. Whoever invented new years resolutions was fool, just look at the nature, they all know that. So as March is here, I decided to go on a special kind of diet. I am
Making something with your hands, something beautiful or useful, with no expectations or pressure on yourself, turned out to be the best thing to fight perfectionism. Somehow when I try something completely new, there is no posting anxiety, no worry I will do it wrong, no barrier of sharing imperfect results. It is mostly just
I have been trying to help and give advice to all the creative chums out there for over a year now. It is not anyhow impressive length of time, but combined with my never ending curiosity and inner researcher, I made a couple of almost shocking observations when it comes to “making it” out there.
I hear over and over that people have no idea how to reach new follower or just make new like minded friend in a genuine way. Either you want to grow your Instagram following or just connect with people which have something in common, find new inspiration and push yourself creatively, hashtag challenges are a
One of the exciting and really fun ways how to make your photography a bit more interesting and alive is an art of stop motion. Well, that is how they invented movie in the old times, right? They got bored by photographs so they just found a way how to make them tell
Sometimes it feels like in order to keep in favour of Instagram Gods, you have to keep going. There is no way to miss posting, engaging, creating. You are part of a heavy machine which is moving regardless and you can come along or get run over. I call it bullshit. It is not my
FRIENDLY AND TECHNICAL TIPS + PORTRAIT HASHTAGS Posting your own face in front of eyes of possible millions of people of Instagram is in my opinion one of the most vulnerable thing. First of all, you are attaching real human face to your other work and everything becomes much more personal. And secondly, it is
It seems like the idea of taking picture outside of our comfort nest AND potentially in front of a stranger is unthinkable for many. To be honest, I am not any braver or more confident then you, but Norway made me do it! The winter time here is so gloomy and dark that the only