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Personal Essay: The Art of Taking Still Life Photographs

Thursday, January-09-14 Dave Hood Still life is one of the popular genres of photography, and involves taking pictures of “inanimate objects,” including vegetables, toys, knick knacks, vintage things, like a pin-up calendar from the 50s. The photographer can take images … Continue reading

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Theme Essay: To Error is Failure

Tuesday, December-03-13 By Dave Hood “The chief enemy of creativity is good sense.”—Pablo Picasso “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.”—Albert Einstein “Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.” —Salvador Dali Many … Continue reading

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Creative Nonfiction: Myths of Creativity

By Dave Hood The world is flooded with creative people who have enriched our civilization with new ideas, inventions, discoveries, objects of art, such as painting, sculpture, photography. Imagine a world without art? Imagine a world without inventions, such as … Continue reading

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