I tweeted about this blog post last week some time, and have read it a few times since then. There are lots of great points made so I wanted to share this on our blog. Scott Bourne writes for a badass blog called, Photofocus. He wrote an article called, “And You Call Yourself a Professional?” I felt the need to share with everyone because, quite frankly, there are some wonderful topics covered and not only should photographers read it, but brides should, too. It has caused quite a fuss, but it’s a great read with some very valid points.
I’ve never met Carl Zoch, but I really want to. We’ve had some communications over the past few months and I can’t wait to meet him. Anyway, I’m digging his new project he just started, Carl Was Here. Check it out if you get a few moments. And, the dude just has an awesome zest for life.
If you have been following along these past few weeks with my “What I’m Loving” posts, you’ll notice that I have included a book in every one. Well, a lot of times the books I read are recommendations from friends. Sarah Rhoads recommends some great ones, as does my dear, dear vagabond friend Kristy Behrs. But, sometimes (very rarely) I stumble on a great book all on my own. This was the case a couple of weeks ago when I was at Barnes & Noble and found this gem: How to Save Your Own Life: 15 Lessons on Finding Hope in Unexpected Places. The book is such an inspiring read, chock full of simple life lessons that we all know already, but sometimes need a little reminder, just a little something to keep them in our minds. This book will help make the world a better place.
That’s it for this week. I hope everyone is getting the most out of life they possibly can!