Be Courageous In Your Photography, and Life Doing good photography is risky. Living a full life is risky. But can you really be happy doing anything less? The Oxford dictionary defines courage as “the ability to do something that frightens one; bravery” and as “strength in the face of pain or grief”. If you think […]
Below are some online articles that caught my eye over the last week: 25 Wonderful Black and White Countryside Landscapes http://www.lightstalking.com/25-wonderful-black-and-white-countryside-landscapes 40+ Amazing Free and Premium Mac Apps for Photography http://www.tripwiremagazine.com/2012/03/mac-apps-for-photographers.html Chernokids http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ay73ezX7HKc My attention was elsewhere this week, like the next issue of DIMi magazine, and so the list is short
Yesterday I was in a conversation with my closest friend, Steve Danzig, about how art affects us. I put forward to him what makes a work of art or a photograph great and it got me really thinking about it. So in this post I want to explore that. For those who don’t know, Hermeticism […]
As you might know, I blog for HP on their Professional Photography blog. My two recent posts have been: MagCloud and Publishing for Photographers covering my experience using MagCloud to produce the DIMi print edition and Why Apple’s iPhone Can Be a Fun, Useful Camera for Photography Pros covering my ideas on why we should […]
My latest article on the HP Professional Photography blog covers the real reasons why photography competitions are worth entering.
I must admit to being deeply conflicted as a digital image maker. I love the image making. But, and this is a big but, I really hate the physical stuff necessary to present my work, like printing and framing. Truly and profoundly hate it. Photographers and digital artists come in all sorts of shapes and […]
Part 2 of the Keeping Organised article is now up on the HP Professional Photography Blog. This part concentrates on the hardware side for photographers: storage, servers and backup and looks at some the the equipment HP offers in this area.
My latest post on the HP Professional Photography blog is entitled ‘How Photography Pros Stay Organised in a Multimedia World, Part 1‘ and covers the software side of finding images. Part 2 will look at local server solutions and more to look after the hardware side.
My latest post on the HP Professional Photography blog concerns my observations about how changing attitudes across generations is having a more profound effect on photography than technological change is.
My latest article on the HP Professional Photography blog covers how photographers can make good use of HP’s MagCloud, a site that prints magazines on demand. The reality is that this site offers huge potential for photographers beyond the obvious, of self-publishing a magazine.