A different perspective

No offense to the “stand and look at the camera” crowd, but this is better.

There are all sorts of great things I could say about this, but the one thing I really value about what Joshua is trying to do here is that the commentary is reflective and not didactic.

I’m excited about this because this is the way I most often learn in my own practice of woodworking. I can’t count the number of times I’ve taken a picture or video to post online only to look at it and see something my eye hadn’t noticed as I was working – some imperfection, perspective or mark of my handwork that jumps out to me and helps me to change or adapt my work the next time.

I haven’t seen any more of this than you so I’m in the same boat with everyone else, but if the series is as good as the trailer we all have something to look forward to.

 

 

 

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