Better/More gear does NOT equal better work!Lately in a few different journals, forum threads and facebook groups I've been noticing a lot of photographers talk about all of their expensive gear, and how it makes their photos so awesome, when in actuality what I see is a handful of mediocre photographers hiding behind a big expensive gear-bag instead of trying to make some actual improvement in their technical skill before buying the expensive gear. For example, I just read a photographer's journal listing at least 20 different expensive lights and modifiers that he uses, and not only does his work lack technical or artistic skill [which you can teach yourself WITHOUT slowing yourself down from buying a ton of gear that you aren't ready for], but he insults other photographers who he feels are lesser in skill than him. This is ABSURD, and inspired me to make a journal encouraging photographers who may not be able to afford all the fancy stuff to work on improving their skill before upgrading their gear. Learn to use and recognizBetter/More gear does NOT equal better work!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Understanding AUTISMUnderstanding AUTISM3 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
UNDERSTANDING AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Click on Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorders to get more information about some of the Autism Spectrum Disorders.
The following is a simplified explanation of autism, followed by more detail. Near the end, I talk about HOW TO OVERCOME AUTISM. I will also talk about my own personal story of growing up Gay and overcoming much of my Autism. Just know that I finally got there I learned how to connect with people and make many friends, to find real love, not just people using me, and to find a measure of joy and happiness in life.
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
It used to be that people were diagnosed with a specific Syndrome, like:□ Asperger Syndrome
□ High-Functioning Autism
□ Sensory Processing Disorder (Sensory Integration Dysfunction)
□ Developmental Coordination Disor