The Portrait of Arts

"I keep Happy Books
&
Happy Stories.
I don't just love Music...
I appreciate them "

“Stubbornness is necessary if you plan to carry on”

(Source: thatscienceguy, via heylauren)

Istiqamah is the best prevention from all of the bad conquest.

“Never overlook the power of simplicity”

1stoftheworst:

Hesitation is destruction.
Addition is often a process of subtraction.
Go as deep as you can with what you’re doing.
Let your camera follow your life instead of having your life follow the camera.
Think of photographs as compliments and love letters.
Relationships are more important than photographs.
Rejection is normal, don’t be afraid of it.
Welcome failure because it leads to growth.
Don’t worry about the answers, you’ll never find them until you embrace the questions.
Success is a byproduct of something bigger than itself so don’t pursue it.
Confront your anxieties and fears by leaving your comfort zone.
Don’t repeat yourself.
Don’t worry about your work being bad or good – completion is all that matters.
Stay away from imitating others (know the difference between inspiration and imitation).
Know yourself.
Challenge everything and do so with humility.
Your subconscious is like a secret factory, if you feed it good things than good things will probably come out.
 Stop thinking and go out and produce and produce and produce… 
 Two weeks with a great mentor is probably equivalent to two years of school. 
 What you surround yourself with will often dictate who you become. 
 Photography is not about photography (photographs about photographs are boring). 
 Examine your intentions carefully and stay true to the original idea. 
 Make friends with people who aren’t photographers. 
 Becoming a “great” photographer is a lifetime achievement. 
 Sentimentality is the opposite of cynicism and try to keep both out of your work. 
 Let your work breathe. When you have completed it, lock it away and come back to it at a later date with fresh eyes. 
 Sometimes you need to let go in order to have something return. 
 Everything is subjective. 
 People are constantly re-writing their memory. 
 Know when and when not to show your work to people. Give ongoing projects a healthy incubation period before sharing them. 
 Go for walks when you feel stuck. 
 Fake it until you make it! 
 Always trust your gut.

1stoftheworst:

  • Hesitation is destruction.
  • Addition is often a process of subtraction.
  • Go as deep as you can with what you’re doing.
  • Let your camera follow your life instead of having your life follow the camera.
  • Think of photographs as compliments and love letters.
  • Relationships are more important than photographs.
  • Rejection is normal, don’t be afraid of it.
  • Welcome failure because it leads to growth.
  • Don’t worry about the answers, you’ll never find them until you embrace the questions.
  • Success is a byproduct of something bigger than itself so don’t pursue it.
  • Confront your anxieties and fears by leaving your comfort zone.
  • Don’t repeat yourself.
  • Don’t worry about your work being bad or good – completion is all that matters.
  • Stay away from imitating others (know the difference between inspiration and imitation).
  • Know yourself.
  • Challenge everything and do so with humility.
  • Your subconscious is like a secret factory, if you feed it good things than good things will probably come out.

Stop thinking and go out and produce and produce and produce…

Two weeks with a great mentor is probably equivalent to two years of school.

What you surround yourself with will often dictate who you become.

Photography is not about photography (photographs about photographs are boring).

Examine your intentions carefully and stay true to the original idea.

Make friends with people who aren’t photographers.

Becoming a “great” photographer is a lifetime achievement.

Sentimentality is the opposite of cynicism and try to keep both out of your work.

Let your work breathe. When you have completed it, lock it away and come back to it at a later date with fresh eyes.

Sometimes you need to let go in order to have something return.

Everything is subjective.

People are constantly re-writing their memory.

Know when and when not to show your work to people. Give ongoing projects a healthy incubation period before sharing them.

Go for walks when you feel stuck.

Fake it until you make it!

Always trust your gut.

(via henrystradford)

Some of us would find that life is a thrilling journey but why? It’s just because it has ups and downs.
This’s what we call ARTS.

This’s what we call ARTS.

(Source: tinsoftware, via heylauren)

I think we all need a reminder today that the human race isn’t all bad.

(Source: caccamesee, via heylauren)

locohama:

at 自由が丘 (Jiyugaoka)

locohama:

at 自由が丘 (Jiyugaoka)

(via henrystradford)

“Orang yang sibuk dengan urusan dunia sehingga tidak solat, akan bersama ” VIP popular” di akhirat iaitu Firaun, Harman Qarun dan Ubai anak khalaf.”

Allah’s Love

What kind of people does Allah love?

Allah tells us:
“…Allah loves those who act aright.” (Al ‘Imran 3:76)

"…Allah loves those who do good (or are kind)." (al-Baqarah 2:195; al-Maidah 5:13)

"…Allah loves those who are fair (and just)." (al-Hujurat 49:9; al-Mumtahinah 60:8)

"…Allah loves those who turn to Him constantly and He loves those who keep themselves pure and clean." (al-Baqarah 2:222)

"…Truly Allah loves those who fight in His cause in battle array, as if they were a solid cemented structure." (al-Saff 61:4)

"…Soon will Allah produce a people whom He will love as they will love Him…" (al-Ma’idah 5:54)

Beautiful.

wild-earth:

Magwa Falls, South Africa