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Great way to learn writing short by chatting. Roy Peter Clark compares sicial media writing to poetry, specially haikus.
"In other words, short poems at their best require three things: focus, wit, and polish. Focus means it's about one thing. Wit means there is signs of a governing intelligence. Polish means that you've revised it -- at least a bit. Same should apply to writing for social networks."
Based in Copenhagen, Ken Hermann works for a diverse range of clients amongst those leading brands, agencies and media corporations. Ken Hermann has a degree in advertising photography and his work has been published by a number of magazines and exhibited around the world. His City Surfer project made him the winner of Hasselblad Masters 2012. An urge to explore photography has brought Ken around the world, from secluded regions of India and Ethiopia to the big city landscapes of New York where he has worked for renowned photographers like Brigitte Lacombe and Asger Carlsen. The life in the cities as well as in the more abandon places is a big inspirational source to Ken Hermann and he loves to combine his commercial work with his other true passion- to explore life, people, and cultures.
Ken Hermann works in the fields of portrait, editorial – and commercial photography. In 2012 he became a member of Getty Images and win the Hasselblad Masters 2012.
Flipping roles and learning by teaching are great ways of collaboration and widening horizons. It is also about who you know, not so much what you know. Every new person has new questions and knowledge to share with you.
In 1949, when he was photographing a Shell Oil executive in London, Yousuf Karsh overheard his subject taking a call from Finland. The caller was Jean Sibelius, the reclusive Finnish composer, of whom Karsh had always wanted to take a photo.
Want to know the biggest factor that separates successful photographers from average ones? Its the way they communicate with prospects and clients. They've learned what words sell and what words make them sound cheap.
When a local editor recently asked to write something about Jungian psychology, she opined that Jungian thought had become popular in various segments of our community, but notably not among psychologists. I had to agree with her. Best-selling books Care of the Soul and Women Who Run with the Wolves are both based on Jung's work, and Jungian analysts Robert Moore and James Hillman have been key figures in the men's movement.
I encounter Jungian terms in popular songs, movies, literature, and comic strips all the time. Even Madison Avenue has incorporated Jung. In one commercial, a beer-drinker joked that appreciation of Budweiser s finer qualities is stored in the collective unconscious. Nevertheless, I continue to hear the same story from university students: Jung is barely mentioned in most psychology departments...