1. Nominate something you are going to go out and hunt for – the more abstract the better
2. Give yourself a time constraint
3. Go out and start work
4. Ask yourself why everything else that you encounter is so much more engaging than what you are hunting for
5. Ask yourself whether the time constraint is a useful tool
– Richard Wentworth
This image was taken at my brother’s house in Brighton, UK. When I was shooting I was looking for images that would capture the child. This image has a direct connection with the viewer and portrays the innocence of a child. I placed no time constraint on finding this image. A time constraint may focus your efforts on capturing the image you want although it could also be distracting to the mind.