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For the first time EVER i completed photo marathon! (not exactly iLoveBlog because i uploaded directly to flickr). This proves that verbal commitment is USELESS unless there’s a punishment/reward attached. The restrictions i set myself was to use only my phone and the photo had to be taken on that day. I followed them pretty closely except for one day that was totally mundane so i uploaded a photo from two days ago.


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Random photo of the day. I don’t know when I’ll ever get to post this.


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completely forgot about taking this photo, kinda just stumbled upon it when i was mindlessly browsing through albums

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when i was in taiwan, i always make an effort to discover new routes to places.
guess that’s an advantage of being a guy, not having to worry about venturing into dark alleys

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You too can be a starving photo artist!

  1. Resist your natural impulse to delete blurry, unfocused, or, in your opinion, shitty photos. This is the utmost difficult. But remember, in a world where everyone takes clear, focused, decent photos, the only way to stand out is to do the contrary. Why else would anyone buy your photos?
  2. Print them out with pride, the bigger the better. While you might be tempted to print out as poster cards for those who can’t afford your large prints, don’t do it. That’s what people want you to do, and if you do, you are selling out. It’s a dangerous slippery slope.
  3. Let someone else figure out the meaning for you. Art is subjective anyway. You are letting your patrons take ownership of your work.
  4. Embrace randomness. If they can’t figure it out, it simply means its too deep for them. It’s like an elephant talking to Plato in a refrigerator, and we all know what that means.
  5. If the size is right, people will buy.

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Last night I went to have a drink with the guys and gals at work. I was talking about one of a class I took in Uppsala. For the longest time I couldn’t figure out if it was 2007 or 2008. I got really confused. It has really become a distant memory for me.

It’s weird having gigabytes of photos but not knowing what to post..

Today is the 20th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution in Prague that took down the communist government of Czechslovakia.

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Missed a few days because I lost my internet connection, but I’m back now!

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Today I went to the farewell gathering of Junxion. I worked for them briefly last summer doing research and some writing. David took me in to work on a very interesting special project, which unfortunately was never launched, but it was a great experience nonetheless.

David and Peter decided to close down the firm to spend time with their daughter and recharge. They will spend the next few months in Asia traveling. How awesome is that?

I took the photos the first day I met up with David. The office was situated in the heart of Gastown overlooking the North Shore.

Godspeed, or live well and prosper. (a Star Trek geek keeps bringing this up lately)

ps: fell asleep while loading my memory card today, hence the slight delay 😛

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feels like im heading toward a low speed collision
in need of a sign