So "self-help" gurus are now going niche?
"Do what you can't"
"Attitude, not aptitude, determines altitude."
"Action is the measure of intelligence."
"I'm okay, you're okay"
These silly turns of phrases have been part and parcel to the motivation genre for, well, centuries. Telling suggestible people how to think is a lucrative business. I guess since it's in digital filmmaking that's just our world now.
I'm not sure I buy into the hyper-prolific aspect of this guy's mantra. I get why being prolific isn't a bad thing for some careers, but is it really worthwhile as an artist? Depends.
There's already an overload of thoughtless-fast content out there. I'd suggest that the ability to disengage from that might be more beneficial to those wanting to be more meaningful creatives.
I'm with you man. No country for old men, indeed. This is that thing that happens to us old farts: the world shifts out from under our feet. Jebus Christo, she's driving a friggin' tractor.
#11: wearing those pants.
Not denying color bleaching is a natural disaster, but in the split screen shot the "before" image is more saturated with color than the "after" shot.
If by design or accident, would suggest it gets fixed to avoid accusations of biased manipulation.