Anybody told you that it is impossible to do this or that? Prove them wrong. Just do it.
Just like everybody learned that it is impossible to shoot pictures against the sun. Until somebody used a flash. Then the advent of HDR. And then cameras with a dynamic range where it is unnecessary to shoot HDR most of the time.
And why did all that happen? Because somebody did not like the sound of “impossible” or simply did not listen to the naysayers.
Follow the path of the possible. Often it is easier than you think…
PS: For those of you who say: Only physics can prove me wrong. What we think is physics also changes. Fast. But this is another story.
I have been guest blogging on the company blog. If you are into software test, this might be interesting for you. If not it still might be interesting: What would you advise yourself as your own future self?
The tunnel is an old symbol for a passage. On photographs they also make good models: Symmetry, interesting shape, often intriguing details.
I love this one in particular. It always reminds me of the fact that even if you do not see the exit and it looks like a dead end, there are plenty of exits to this tunnel – always. Why would there be a tunnel?
Feel free to use this picture in your presentations or any other work which is not for sale.
When you are in the middle of Austria there are a lot of things you would not expect. A huge chinese portal is one of these things. But it fits there like a glove. So always think outside the box and expect the unexpected. Maybe trying something which does not fit there is a solution.