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Noted: Breaking Down the Creative Process via Digital Photography School

November 3rd, 2014

Breaking Down the Creative Process via Digital Photography School

Breaking Down the Creative Process via Digital Photography School

A Post By: Jeff Guyer

I’ve been thinking quite a bit lately about the creative process. When we talk about “creativity,” people generally end up putting themselves into one of two categories– creative or not creative. I’m always amused– and a bit leery– when people who consider themselves creative say that they have no creative process. That ideas “just come” to them. I’m not buying it. I can’t help but ask if ideas really do just come to them, or have they refined and streamlined their process to the point that they don’t even recognize it as a process? And if there really is a process, can someone who thinks they aren’t creative follow a series of steps that can help them become creative? The truth is, everyone has creative potential.

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