Carl Lamiel

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Listen carefully to first criticisms made of your work. Note just what it is about your work that critics don’t like – then cultivate it. That’s the only part of your work that’s individual and worth keeping.

Jean Cocteau (via itsquoted)


This is a photo from 3 years ago when me WANTED! and my family in Japan were heading to the fireworks festival in Arakawa. We passed by this and I clicked the shutter button. 

I’m starting to feel the pressure (or is it just me?). I miss taking photos for myself and not for other people. I’ve been dealing with this feeling since the start of this academic year but tonight, I asked my favourite photographer on how I could cope up with this depression. She told that I should stop thinking about everyone’s opinion, that beauty is a matter of taste, some people would appreciate your work and some wouldn’t.

She told me that I should continue shooting no matter what because this is what I really want and that someday I’ll find my niche. 

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