Here’s an interesting TED audition by artist Phil Hansen, who speaks on embracing limitations (both natural or artificial) in order to drive your creativity. While Hansen isn’t a photographer, many of his ideas should be very relevant to photographers looking to give their work a kick in the butt.
Embracing Limitations to Drive Your Creativity
- Published on August 2, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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