Too often we allow theoretics to hold us back. We tend to forget the very simplistic things that drew us to our crafts. This a reminder from me to us all including myself to just do it.
Go out and experience things through trial and error. Stop getting caught up on advice and opinions. Listen but don't let it impede on your learning through doping the actual work. I have to remind myself of this all the time. I credit a former colleague for teaching me this life lesson and how it applies to me. He said I should just go out and shoot. He followed up by saying whenever we put ourselves in swim or sink situations we will always choose to swim and find a way to get things done.
By heeding this advice I stepped out my comfort zone and progressed. Some amazing work has come out of it. Below are examples of me just carrying my camera around and shooting. Think less and do more.