Trying to follow through on inspiration

I’m heading out to Moab this weekend. After a week of warm sunny days, the forecast calls for snow and rain. Should be awesome. (If I say that often enough, I might start to believe it.)

I’m bringing with me some inspiration. First, some awesome info on controlling contrast.

 

 

 

  • On the off chance that I get a clear night sky where I won’t freeze to death taking 1 photo, I’ll be trying some night astro-photography based on the advice of Ali Benn.

 

 

 

 

I’ve got 3 days of shooting, probably in less-than-ideal conditions. I may not have enough time to practice all of this advice and inspiration, but I intend to try.

What do you do when inspiration hits you? ┬áDo you let it slip away because you’re too busy? Probably an all-too-common answer. Do you immediately rush out and try what you just heard or read? You’re lucky if you can. I make a note in my iPhone, in an email to myself, or in Evernote, because I usually can’t try every great tip at the time I hear/read it.

Whatever you do, don’t let inspiration pass you by. Carpe Diem!

2 comments on “Trying to follow through on inspiration

  1. Alister Benn says:

    Hi, I like the Blog very much. Thanks for the links back to ours. I’ll be interested to see where your inspiration took you on your recent trip. Best wishes, Alister

  2. Kevin says:

    Hello! You’re welcome for the link. Thanks for the inspiration. :)I blogged about the results of the trip later on, in <a href="http://wp.me/pdnFf-7v“ rel=”nofollow”>this post. We didn’t get a chance to try any night/astro photography due to the weather, but I haven’t given up on trying it.

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