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Published on January 24, 2009

Make your own ‘HOPE’-style poster at Obamicon. None of my photos worked out great–it seems to be a portrait-style thing.

Friday Links

Published on January 16, 2009

Behind the Lens is George Barr’s excellent blog, in which he speaks a lot about composition and the thinking side of photography. George loves industrial photography in a way that I never will, but the difficulty of the subject and his preference for monochrome really refines compositional thought, and he has a lot that is […]

Friday Link — 26 December 2008

Published on December 26, 2008

Joe McNally’s weblog is an interesting mix of tidbits about being a photographer, technical and professional wisdom both. A recent post about being a photographer and growing oneself has been around the internet, and is very much worth reading if you have missed it. His book, The Moment it Clicks, has been my bedside reading, […]

Friday Links

Published on December 19, 2008

I am going to try the tradition of Friday linking, with some blogs which I read, and think others might enjoy. Syama-san’s Tokyo Street Cats Blog Syama’s blog presents intimate, slightly-environmental portraits of the plentiful cats he meets on the streets of Tokyo. Mainly monochrome, but also in color. More than just cute cats, this […]

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