One of the fabulous things about being an educator of Photography at PIC photographic imaging centre teaching photo-imaging is the time given over to working with students on all things photographic. This week saw us working on a brief called the 4 corner challenge. Basically a location is chosen with 4 corners; each ideally having… Continue reading I love my job!
Few photographers have been as influential on the evolution of the art of photography as American photographer Stephen Shore (1947).
I am playing, with this new tool, made by Adobe, I think it will fit nicely into my digital camera classes, that I teach. I love how easy it is to make such advanced looking webpages. Not an ounce of programming required. #winning https://spark.adobe.com/page-embed.js
I have an eyeem.com account. The EYEEM.COM site began its life as a competitor to instagram. Eventually EYEEM.COM chose a different business model and it seems are doing well as a consequence. Now, I have my reservations about the value and worth of Instagram from a photographer’s perspective but can’t quite commit to the idea… Continue reading Learning to Sell Photographs
Thanks to AD Coleman on Photocritic international, I stumbled upon some interesting photo book sites. They are in, no particular order:- The Photo Book Tattered & Lost Photographs Photographers Speak AD Coleman is an interesting character and a thorough Journalist, I highly recommend reading his work in both its printed form and his online writings.… Continue reading Some Photography Links
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