Create: For What It’s Worth Episode 35

Good grief. I can’t keep doing these for free. This information is just too valuable. I double down on the weekly hero and then ask a biting question about social media and C19. Ya, it needed to be asked, haters. … Read More

Create: Books I love, The End of the Game

I discovered Peter Beard in 1993 while walking the stacks at the Phoenix Public Library. There he was, waiting for me. The Beard book tucked under my arm I walked home and knew my life had changed. Last month we … Read More

Create: Question and Answer 003

My wife asks more questions than any human being I’ve ever encountered. When I first met her she interrogated me for three hours straight, asking the most inappropriate questions with the most serious of faces. I had no choice. I … Read More

Create: For What It’s Worth Episode 034

Loaded week. Hero, question, eleven points. How about Dick Cavett and Dick van Dyke talking about booze, what constitutes good photography and how that definition changes with your audience, air traveling for sport and bragging rights, copy cats in the … Read More

Create: Notes on Photography Episode 001

I know what you are thinking. “Milnor, I’ve seen this before.” Well, yes and no. Yes, I’ve featured this image on “Notes on Photography,” before but in still image fashion, not motion, and I do think the motion style is … Read More

Create: For What It’s Worth Episode 033

How many of you were spoiled by the wonders of “Wild Kingdom?” This week is loaded up with carbs and empty calories but I know that is what comprises much of your diet. Let’s talk Twitter, the incredible reality of … Read More

Create: For What It’s Worth Episode 032

A packed week of helmet to helmet content. We talk the myth of purity in the art and photography worlds, the significance of the Michael Flynn ruling, softcore porn with a tragic twist, the concept of having one “do good,” … Read More

Creative: Gramps

You might wonder why I love to write. This could be the reason. Gramps. A newspaper columnist for twenty-seven years. Lines and Angles. Local folks said they couldn’t get through their morning coffee with Cliff’s words. In my early years … Read More

Create: FujiCast Podcast

Can I just say how much I love the British. Just to hear the use of language is enough to set my heart aflutter. If you are British you can come to America you can do anything and get away … Read More

Create: How to do Long Term Projects, Part Two

Good grief. If you watch this entire thing I’m nominating you for a humanitarian award. Part Two in all its glory. There are more specifics here but there is still a lot to cover in regard to doing long-term work. … Read More

Create: How to do Long Term Projects, Part One

If you endure all twenty-plus minutes of this you deserve a cash reward. Tough love. Remember that. Tough love. I know tough love is not something readily available in the online world where the facade of ease and perfection is … Read More

Create: Analog Talk Podcast

Did me a little interview with the folks at Analog Talk Podcast. Not a day goes by that I don’t laugh a little about the return, or revenge, of analog photography. I think it’s great. Anything that gets people fired … Read More

Create: For What It’s Worth Episode 031

Where do I start? How about the reality of bathroom time for anyone living the actual van life? The Pentax 110 and the hipster connection. My rocketing to fame, or not, and the reasons behind that. Oh, I’m getting an … Read More

Create: Journal Page

It had been quite some time since I utilized a journal with grid pages. In fact, I don’t remember the last time I used grid. I created this publication with Blurb which allowed me to create a huge journal, 400+ … Read More

Create: A Man of Letters

I guess you could call me that. Maybe. Let me start by saying this. I’ve been writing letters my entire life. I’ve always loved doing this and my guess is I always will. What others might view as painful, slow … Read More

Create: Practical Knowledge, Confidence and Freedom

Knowledge is power. Cliché but true. Knowledge is freedom. Cliché but true. Have been thinking A LOT about these ideas and the subsequent haunting of failure is impossible to shake.(This does not mean I’m depressed or being cynical or being … Read More