I admit it. I am a sucker for a sale. The internet has often caught me in her grips. An email, advertising this great eBook, or programs, or presets or videos, at 70% reduced cost for this week only, and I’m a goner. I may not have known that I needed it, or couldn’t live … More Filter Forge. What a great Tool.
The dispatcher was giving us the details of the hot shot as it came in. A hot shot is an emergency that is occurring this minute, that if we are available, dispatched and close, may result in a different outcome for a person, a victim. The mother is calling in for her sixteen year old … More The Worst Kind Of Call
Today’s post is brought to you by my good friend Eleni. We had spent a couple of days together trying to come up with a solution to a complex and common problem in photography. There is only one hole in the bottom of a camera. She wanted to use a speed strap with an Arca-Swiss … More A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous…er.. Expensive Thing.
“Did you tell you’re parents and how did they take it?” I asked my friend Cathy from my end of the phone. our only connection since she moved to Kitchener a few years ago. “Well Mom took it well, surprisingly. Actually a little too well I’d say. It was a little chilling.” What do you … More How do you live while waiting to die
I first heard about this concept. Living the Photo Artistic Life, through Sebastian Michael’s course, Photoshop Fine Art Grunge. He later started a blog, entitled Quill and Camera. The blog, is all about living the Photo Artistic Life. The blog is a place to showcase his students’ work, especially those from his advanced program Awake. In … More Living The Photo Artistic Life