Been awhile since I wrote one of these journals. Probably far to long really. Just some random questions that have been floating around inside my creative mind for awhile.
Is every site you go to, outside your own personal website/blog/photography forum a popularity contest these days?
Why must photographers act like this? [link]
Side note-- it has a positive about it too within the article
Why is it so damn hard to sell a wildlife photo outside of something that isn't a cute little Fox?
Facebook is going to produce a cell phone and the camera inside is Instagram [link]
Interesting.....just what the world needs. NOT.
Please see #9 [link]
(just trust me on this! Do it! NOW!)
I wonder if there actually enough storage space in the entire world for all the photos which are being taken these days. Cameras are everywhere.
What is the attraction with this whole Pony thing? Call me lost. Call me even more lost when I see people posing a Pony doll and taking photos of it with a nifty 50.
Why are there some volunteers who have been volunteers longer than they have been members of the site itself (or so it seems?) New blood means new work. Put a limit of 6 months served and you can only do it once. /end of discussion
Why do some prefer borders on their photos while others don't?
This makes me sad [link]
Watch between the minutes of 15-20 minutes. And watch one very famous photographer commit © theft right before your eyes. At a conference FOR photographers no less. Sigh.....
Got one of my shots published finally on the cover of a novel [link]
Sure took long enough
Know what makes me smile? When DA staff is genuine and actually gives a damn [link]
unlike many others. That though made me smile, greatly.