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Dan James
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Enablist and Creativity Coach Dan James helps people become as creative as they've always known they can be.
Enablist and Creativity Coach Dan James helps people become as creative as they've always known they can be.

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Since discovering film photography nearly four years ago, I've used maybe 80+ film cameras, and over 30 SLRs. I'm finally starting to hone down to my favourites...

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Last Three Standing

If you lost all your cameras in a fire or flood, which three would you seek to replace first?

Here are mine...

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The Lost Lovers - Part One

First in a series of posts I'll be writing about cameras I've loved and eventually let go of...

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Photollector

Are you a photographer or a camera collector? 

The definition of each – and, more vitally, hunting for the balance between them – is something I have struggled with in the last few years.

How about you?

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The New Normal

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Interesting post about getting attached to our art making tools, in this case a humble compact camera...

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In Praise Of Small Cameras...

Really enjoyed this post, and although it's about cameras, it made me think further about other art forms, and how we can minimise our kit to heighten our enjoyment and creativity...

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How To Create Amazing Somethings From Virtually Nothing

Planet Cracuum is not a pretty place to be...

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"The answer is discipline, not motivation."

Discipline over motivation, habits over goals. This makes much sense!

Thanks +Anne Westlund for sharing this.

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How To Create Amazing Somethings From Virtually Nothing

A common belief amongst artists is that we don't create enough.

Combine this with another often closely held belief that, unless we can dedicate hours or days at a time to creating, we'll not be able to make any worthwhile art, and we have a recipe for a miserable and frustrated artist.

Fortunately, both of these beliefs are often exaggerated far from the reality. We just need someone else to help us see this.

We can create amazing somethings, and from virtually nothing. Here is why, and how.
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