I started taking pictures of toys because of others.
I wanted to do like them, but not exactly like them.
I was inspired but I did not want to copy.
I believe that our imagination does not have any limits so why going the simplest path and just copy the work of others.
We are creative people, so let’s create.
'There are really three parts to the creative process. First there is inspiration, then there is the execution, and finally there is the release.' - Eddie Van HalenClick To Tweet
Let’s focus on the first part.
What are my inspirations?
How do I get my ideas?
What is my recipe for making pictures?
What are the ingredients that inspire me?
As I said in my last post, I can get photo ideas everywhere so I write them down not to forget them. My ideas arrive when I don’t expect them: at work during a boring meeting (the best time I get my mind to float away…), during my daily commutes, in my shower (I don’t have waterproof sticky notes, though), … Continue reading “How can I (be) inspire(d)?”
Aeronautics engineer by day, toy photographer by night.
Exploring the world with his plastic figures.