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    Re: How not to get stale.

    Here's a link to a local Plein Air painter that I discovered that is on a year long quest of painting a local creek each week for a year: http://www.donaldneff.com/creeks.html That spurred me into breaking out the typos and scouting out the local creeks and waterways for subject material.

    Thomas

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    Re: How not to get stale.

    Thanks for the link to this book! I just ordered it, I need a kick in the ass.

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    Re: How not to get stale.

    A more general book on the same theme that I am currently reading is "Creative Block" by Danielle Krysa. It consists of "advice and projects from 50 successful artists." Along with their interviews, each gives one project they recommend for getting "unstuck." The only downside is that the few artists who are identified as photographers are really illustrators, so no one in the collection is as constrained by what is actually in front of them as most of us are.

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    Re: How not to get stale.

    Was given this for my [64th]birthday on Monday by my [art teacher] daughter- haven't even looked yet but will report back..........................
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    Clive
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    West Cork-Ireland, Antibes-France

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    Re: How not to get stale.

    When I want to keep things fresh...... Tupperware, or a Ziploc bag.
    (rimshot)
    Real cameras are measured in inches...
    Not pixels.

    www.photocollective.org

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    Thumbs up Re: How not to get stale.

    Great book-lots of good ideas- could keep you going for years.
    The hard part is going to be finding enough time to do it all...............................
    IMO- BUY!!
    Clive
    www.clive-evans.com
    West Cork-Ireland, Antibes-France

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    Re: How not to get stale.

    Quote Originally Posted by anglophone1 View Post
    Great book-lots of good ideas- could keep you going for years.
    The hard part is going to be finding enough time to do it all...............................
    IMO- BUY!!
    Thanks, Clive!

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