Earlier this spring Kevin Sonney of the Productivity Alchemy podcast recorded an interview with me that was released in March, while he and his wife and friends were traveling in China. Listen to us go on about staying productive through ADHD, libraries, deadlines, day jobs, and marauding cats.
Productivity Alchemy interviews follow these same seven questions, although they all end up different, because the range of focus, work, and success strategies that people use is so wide, and so fascinating.
Quoting from https://productivityalchemy.com/the-questions/ :
For every interview, we ask our guests the following seven questions :
Stock models and stock photographers can take a lot of ideas form the way Norman Rockwell carefully posed models for his paintings. Rockwell was a careful and thorough planner, taking mutiple photographs of poses and lighting and directing his models as if he were directing a movie.
Especially interesting are the ways he posed his models using props to indicate and exaggerate a sense of motion.
Read Directing Your Model to a Better Performance – A Norman Rockwell Breakdown and Analysis by Ron Lemen over on the Muddy Colors art blog.
edit: Autocorrect strikes again! I have corrected the title from “Normal Rockwell” to “Norman Rockwell”.