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.
[clickToTweet tweet=”The creative process. Inspiration by @Ballou34 on #StuckInPlastic” quote=”‘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 Halen”]
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.