Posts Tagged ‘Grass’


D213: Deux Champignons

In Uncategorized on August 4, 2010 by Eric Kunimura Tagged: , ,

The Daily Shoot assignment for 2010/08/03:

How does your garden grow? Make a photo of something growing in your or someone else’s garden today.

I know I’ve said this before but I’ll say it again; photography has allowed me to see things that other people don’t. For example, I spotted these mushrooms growing in a small community greenbelt about 20 yards away as I was driving past them at 45mph. I don’t think many people would notice them unless they were walking past them.

Read: Here’s Why Fast Glass Matters, Photofocus

Viewed: Local Phoenix photographer Ellen Barnes


D145: Paths

In Uncategorized on May 25, 2010 by Eric Kunimura Tagged: , , , , , , ,

Create your own paths in life, but prepare yourself, for these paths aren’t always smooth.

Read: Listened to F-Stop and Beyond’s Episode 44: Liana Lehman.

Viewed: Portfolio of Liana Lehman


D111: Stand Out

In Uncategorized on April 21, 2010 by Eric Kunimura Tagged: , , , , ,

Do you stand out in the crowd? Are you different from everyone else you know?

Be who you are and don’t be afraid to be different. People will either accept you or dismiss you. You don’t need the ones that dismiss you. Find people who will encourage and uplift you. People that are positive and accept you for who you are. Don’t be overshadowed by the status quo.

A few things you can do to find positive people like this are:

  • Display your work on Flickr
  • Join Flickr groups
  • Comment on the work you like from other people
  • Network on Twitter and follow positive and inspirational people such as Scott Bourne, Skip Cohen, and Seth Godin just to name a few
  • Joint Tasra Dawson’s Tasra365 challenge
  • Join a photography group in your area (photography forums and Facebook are good places to start)
  • Attend a photography workshop

Read: Motion Study: How to Capture the World As It Goes By – Scott Bourn, Photofocus

Viewed: Chris Buck. Brilliantly creative photographer!