Have you ever worked on a creative project only to have it fall short in the execution stage? Of course, we all do! Well, now we have a formal term and a scientific measurement scale for judging that kind of outcome: creality. Best of all, the creality scale is not relegated to the negative end of the spectrum. It can also measure the uptick when the results exceed our expectations whether by serendipity or other means. For a more detailed exploration of this phenomenon, check out today’s guest post on creality by TJ Goerlitz over at QuinnCreative.
Speaking of creality, rather than judging the success or failure of the attempt, that’s where my photographs have been the past two days as I continue my self imposed week long photography challenge for the second week. I skipped yesterday, but made up for it today. Just because you slip off a creative habit once, doesn’t mean you can’t get back on the horse!
Here is a cat’s eyeview of Wilshire Boulevard,
followed by my attempt to document the street banners for Brit Week during which we will be able to view a copy of the Magna Carta, among other things.
Can’t decide if the tilt is better in the “tilt-corrected” version here, or as shot in the the second photo. Mind the gap!
How do you deal with creality?
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